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John Deere debuts new planting technology and electric excavator at CES 2023

During John Deere’s CES 2023 keynote address, the company revealed two new technologies, ExactShot™ and an electric excavator, that will help Deere’s customers be more productive, profitable, and sustainable.

CES is the most influential tech event in the world — the proving ground for breakthrough technologies and global innovators. The show is owned and produced by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA).

“Everything we do at John Deere is focused on real purpose and real impact,” said Jahmy Hindman, CTO at John Deere. “This means we’re developing technology that enables our customers to provide the food, fuel, fiber and infrastructure that our growing global population needs.”

ExactShot allows farmers to reduce the amount of starter fertilizer needed during planting by more than 60%. The technology uses sensors and robotics to place starter fertilizer precisely onto corn seeds as they are planted in the soil, rather than applying a continuous flow of fertilizer to the entire row of seeds.

ExactShot uses a sensor to register when each individual seed is in the process of going into the soil. As this occurs, a robot will spray only the amount of fertilizer needed, about 0.2 ML, directly onto the seed at the exact moment as it goes into the ground.

The electric excavator, powered by a Kreisel battery, will provide construction workers and road builders with lower daily operating costs, reduced jobsite noise, enhanced machine reliability, and zero emissions, without sacrificing the power and performance they need in a machine.

Source: John Deere
Related: Watch the keynote address
Related: John Deere autonomous tractor awarded at CES 2023
Photos: Credit John Deere

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