John Deere Operations Center
1. What categories of data does the product or service collect from me?
Farm Management Data
We differentiate business data into machine, production and other data.
- Machine Data generally relates to how your equipment is functioning. Examples include fuel consumption, implement, basic crop category, bale counts, machine health indicators, vehicle diagnostic codes and engine performance.
- Production Data generally relates to the work you do with the equipment and the land on which the work is performed. Examples include field task details, crop variety, trees or crop harvested (yield), and agronomic inputs applied.
- Other Data are data that we identify for special handling. Examples include variable rate prescriptions, user-entered notes and user-formatted reports.
These terms are described in more detail in our Business Data Principles: TYPES OF DATA WE COLLECT website.
2. Do the ATP’s agreements address ownership of my data after my data is transferred?
You control the management and sharing of business data within your MyJohnDeere.com account. Different circumstances can make determining who owns data complicated and unclear. That’s why we believe control of the data is the most important issue. See our Business Data Principles: YOU CONTROL WHO SEES YOUR DATA for complete explanation of John Deere’s statement concerning data ownership and control.
3. If the ATP contracts with other companies to provide data related services, does the ATP require these companies to adhere to the ATP’s privacy policies with me?
We ensure that our promises to our customers are honored whether we perform the services ourselves or if we engage a supplier to assist us. We do not share customer data with any supplier unless the supplier has first confirmed that it will make no use of any customer data that is not consistent with our data statement or expressly authorized by the customer. See our Business Data Principles: SHARING and TO SERVE YOU
4. Will the ATP obtain my consent before providing other companies with access to my data?
You may share and disclose data in the John Deere Operations Center and other connected portals and apps. By setting permissions for your account, you control other parties’ access and visibility into your data. You also control which John Deere dealers have access to data in your account. Please note that when you share your information with someone other than John Deere, the recipient may decide to copy, use, modify, or distribute it to others, and John Deere has no control over, or responsibility for, any such activities. See our Business Data Principles: YOU CONTROL WHO SEES YOUR DATA and SHARING
5. After I upload data to the ATP, will it be possible to retrieve my original complete dataset in an original or equivalent format?
MyJohnDeere.com data files can originate from various sources and must be converted and processed into a format that is usable through the software we provide to you. You manage the retention and deletion of files you control within your account. At any time, you may download your files from the website via the “My Files” page. See our Business Data Principles: YOU CONTROL WHO SEES YOUR DATA: EXPORTING
6. Will the ATP notify me when its agreements change?
All policies are maintained and available in the MyJohnDeere.com Terms & Conditions: Changes to these Terms. When new functionality (for example, a new feature added in your product) is provided that contains changes to the policies, your consent must be provided in advance to using the software application.
7. Will the ATP notify me if a breach of data security occurs that causes disclosure of my data to an outside party?
John Deere is committed to providing notice of any data breach as required by law. Because John Deere operates in many locations and the laws for notice vary, no specific form of notice is included in the Business Data Principles. See our Business Data Principles: SAFEGUARDING for more information.
8. Upon my request, can my original dataset be deleted when my contract with the ATP terminates?
You may request that we delete Production or Other Data from your account by accessing MyJohnDeere.com or contacting your dealer – who can request that it be removed. You may request that we delete Machine Data from your account by contacting your dealer who can request that it be removed. Additionally, you may delete files at your convenience in the John Deere Operations Center. See our Business Data Principles: PROTECT AND MAINTAIN YOUR DATA
9. Do the ATP’s agreements establish how long my original datasets will be retained?
You may request that we delete Production or Other Data from your account by accessing MyJohnDeere.com or contacting your dealer – who can request that it be removed. You may request that we delete Machine Data from your account by contacting your dealer who can request that it be removed.Additionally, you may delete files at your convenience in the John Deere Operations Center. See our Business Data Principles: PROTECT AND MAINTAIN YOUR DATA
10. Do the ATP’s agreements address what happens to my data if the ATP is sold to another company?
Our agreements do not address what happens if Deere & Company were sold to another company.