Designed to fit your operation’s needs, Case IH AFS® desktop software offers the flexibility and analysis power to support all your precision farming needs. Generate yield maps, as-applied maps, prescription maps and more from a single, integrated software package. Plus, create soil sampling maps, create and print reports and import satellite imagery. No matter your data source – the AFS Pro 700 monitor, your crop consultant, or an ag retailer or other supplier – you can easily import and manage the data using your AFS desktop software. The software supports all of the major precision farming systems on the market, including Trimble, Ag Leader and GreenStar.

Advanced guidance line management

​With the AFS Software you can manage and modify all your guidance lines. Later on you can export them back to an AFS Pro 300/700, FM-750™ or FM-1000™  display. This ensures all machines will utilize the same guidance lines and with RTK they will find these lines again by 2cm every operation and every season.

Single-source solution

Management Tools to help you tie it all together.

Case IH AFS software lets you manage, view and edit all the precision farming data collected with your AFS equipment, as well as other precision farming data sources. Organize all your data with a single software program, then generate and print layouts, reports and charts. Share maps and reports with landlords, consultants, etc.

In-field efficiency

Create setups for all your equipment

Keying in setup data on an in-cab display can be a time-consuming process. Case IH AFS desktop software saves time and trouble by allowing you to create setup cards (Growers, Farms, Fields, Boundaries, etc.) for your all Case IH AFS equipment as well as most other major brands of equipment. The software lets you create, manage and export your guidance patterns and store them for future use with any vehicles used in the same field.

Multiple file formats

Import/Export flexibility for reference and analysis

Case IH AFS desktop software makes it easy to import and export data in a variety of file formats, including ESRI Shape, ASCII text, and BMP, JPEG, GeoTIFF or TIF image files. That flexibility among common file types simplifies analysis, mapping, charting and planning. Plus, you can import and view georeferenced image files for reference against your data.