John Deere CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2020 booth to feature interactive experiences
Five simulator stations allow attendees to interact with and compete against fellow operators
John Deere has announced will be exhibiting at the 2020 CONEXPO-CON/AGG. John Deere will encompass 70,000 square feet of booth area and will offer a variety of interactive booth experiences while also showcasing seventy-four total products.
Some of the interactive experiences that the booth offers include simulator stations for attendees to interact with and compete against fellow operators, educational sessions, and a live presentation every morning to kick off the day. There will be 250 product experts available to speak with booth attendees onsite.
John Deere and the Wirtgen Group will also present special technology, new machine features and support solutions in addition to world premieres of brand-new equipment across the construction and compact construction segments.
The expo will feature eleven machines that utilize grade control functionality, ten compact construction machines such as skid steer loaders, compact track loaders, compact excavators and compact wheel loaders, and ten total attachments that are compatible with the compact construction equipment within the John Deere Enterprise booth area.
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