Equipment Compatibility

A look at the most up-to-date challenges and solutions for precision equipment compatibility, integration and ISOBUS functionality.

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Ayrstone Introduces AyrMesh Cab Hub2

Ayrstone announces the release of the new AyrMesh Cab Hub2, designed specifically for connecting farm equipment to the network. The AyrMesh Cab Hub2 is a version of the company’s AyrMesh Hub2x2 but modified to make it easy to mount on a tractor, sprayer, combine, UTV or truck.
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Deere Releases New AutoTrac Controller 300 Universal Guidance System

The John Deere AutoTrac Controller 300 universal after-market steering kit gives producers the benefits of integrated AutoTrac precision guidance with no impact on operator ergonomics and no steering wheel modifications. According to John Mishler, precision ag marketing manager for John Deere, the AutoTrac Controller 300 system is customizable to different types, ages and brands of ag machines that have hydraulic steering from a single source and at least four wheels.
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Drift Reduction Technology Corp. Introduces Retrofittable Boom Section Recirculation System

Drift Reduction Technology Corp., a newly formed company focusing exclusively on improving the safety and accuracy of how crop protection products are applied, introduces a unique spray boom section recirculation system, the SRV2 System. The SRV2 System is easily retrofittable to any new or used field sprayer.
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[Podcast] What You Need to Know from Plugfest 2019

In today’s <em>Precision Farming Dealer</em> podcast, we share excerpts from my conversation with Andrew Olliver, marketing and communications leads for AEF who's covering the AEF’s short- and long-term plans for its increasing access to the compatibility database and improvements to its equipment conformance test.
In today’s Precision Farming Dealer podcast, we share excerpts from my conversation with Andrew Olliver, marketing and communications leads for AEF who's covering the AEF’s short- and long-term plans for its increasing access to the compatibility database and improvements to its equipment conformance test.
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Plugfest 2019

3 Takeaways from Plugfest 2019

With continued compatibility progress, the AEF looks to enhance implement functionality and database access.
Engineers with 68 different ISOBUS components — from virtual terminals to a programmable tractor chair — were scattered across nearly 35 tables during the 3-day Agricultural Electronics Foundation (AEF) Plugfest, May 7-9 in Lincoln, Neb.
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