John Deere forwarder and some wood

The system is switched on and off with the press of a button.

The system dampens the cylinder end movements softly and stops strong blow-like loads in the end positions, making for smoother operation and also improving the boom’s durability.

John Deere 910G and some wood

Exact information

The data between the machines are updated through a cloud service, and all the operators working at the same work site can see all the tree species and assortments with the driving routes right down to the individual logs. The contractor has real-time information about the progress and an estimate of the completion of the work.

John Deere 910G in the woods

Ergonomic workplace

The leveling and rotating cabin helps the operator to maintain the correct working posture to prevent stress on the back and shoulder areas. The operator can sit upright even on uneven terrain, and the cabin can be rotated in all directions to face the work area.  The cabin has good legroom in front and the seat has two different height settings. The proven and efficient vibration absorption improves the working conditions further. The cabins feature a mini oven and refrigerator and the interior materials were chosen with ease of cleaning in mind. Plenty of light is needed during dark hours, so the positioning of the lights has been continuously improved to enhance visibility during the autumn and winter.

View to the forest from a John Deere forest machine

Clear view

The RENCRAFT®-polycarbonate is high quality material that has an excellent optical quality due to the manufacturing process. The view does not distort even when looking out sideways. Thanks to the Super Hard Coat, the polycarbonate has almost the same wear resistance as glass. The wipers don't scratch it easily and the tolerance for cleaning agents is good. The new windows are also thicker than previously, so the sound insulation improves as well. New glass fulfills the standard ISO 21876 as well as ECE R43 Class L standard.

John Deere 910G ja puupinot

The system adjusts the engine's RPMs

Adaptive driveline control is a unique standard feature in G-Series forest machines. This control system improves the machines’ drivability and productivity. The operator selects the desired driving mode (Eco, Normal, Power) for the operating conditions, and the system automatically adjusts the engine’s RPMs to correspond with the engine load and keeps the RPMs steady also during high loads. High engine RPM's are used only when needed, decreasing noise level and fuel consumption. The driveline control ensures that the diesel engine runs smoothly and uses the available maximum tractive force efficiently during high-load situations. Also the response of the drive pedal and frame steering have been improved with smart electronic filtering. Adaptive Driveline Control is a unique standard feature only available from John Deere.