“At John Deere, we continue to provide customers with groundbreaking, smart technologies aimed to improve user experience in the present and yield proven results in the future,” said Andrew Kahler, Senior Group Product Manager of Precision Construction, John Deere Construction & Forestry. And 2023 was a testament to that.

At this year’ CONEXPO-CON/AGG show, John Deere showcased its latest technology offerings including advanced vision and object detection solutions, SmartWeigh, standard EZ Grade on P-Tier small dozers and a variety of other grade management and automation solutions available to customers.

2023 saw the rise of attention and education to important considerations for the industry such as sustainability, with a committed approach to this John Deere set on reducing its carbon footprint and ensuring the sustainability of its engines.

Highlights to several key initiatives that the company is undertaking to reduce CO2 emissions includes improving the fuel efficiency of their machines. John Deere has achieved an average fuel efficiency improvement of 16% across their construction equipment product line over the past decade.

This is a significant achievement, and it has been accomplished through a combination of engine technology improvements and machine design

2023 proved to be an exciting and innovative year shaped by environmental and people focused considerations. Looking to 2024 John Deere is excited and focused on improving and advancing the way machines can help people, businesses and help make less impact on the environment.

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