Work faster, with less crop damage at speeds of up to 30 km/h and benefit from automated steering in fields that have been planted without guidance lines. AutoTrac Vision uses a front mounted camera to see early-season maize or grain at least 10 cm high and will even work at night. It’s guidance without guidance lines – keeping vehicle wheels in the centre between rows to reduce yield robbing crop damage.
- Automated steering in fields planted without a guidance system
- Reduced crop damage
- Faster working speeds of up to 30 km/h
- Cover 20% more hectares per day
The unique fusion of a camera image and auto-generated A-B lines ensures that even in spots where the camera is unable to detect distinctive crop rows, you can rely on the system to guide the machine
AutoTrac Vision can see and detect early season row crops if the advanced camera can differentiate between the crop rows and the soil in between.
AutoTrac Vision will even work with a slurry tanker in early season maize, as soon as the plants are at least 20 cm high.