John Deere announces M Series Controllers with new software

John Deere is collaborating with software supplier New Eagle to provide original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) with a complete open-platform solution for their specialised applications.

The solution integrates hardware with a streamlined software solution to enhance the versatility of John Deere’s rugged electronic controls. 

The company has announced that its M Series Controllers are now available with the New Eagle Raptor software.

The software is based on embedded Model-Based Design (eMBD) and can shorten the developmental cycle for OEMs. John Deere says that this leads to a reduction in costs and time to market. 

“The addition of New Eagle Raptor software to our M Series Controllers gives our OEM customers a comprehensive control system solution that was not offered before. Our customers push the limits of mechanical durability and need a rugged and reliable solution on the jobsite that can provide critical machine control functions,” said Dan Dougherty, sales and marketing leader for electronic systems at John Deere.

“This new offering provides easy integration for a range of applications and enables us to support even more customers in meeting their specialized system design needs.”

New Eagle’s Raptor software is said to provide flexible development tools that enable users to create control software for OEM-level hardware in a shorter time. 


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