- Specialty Tractors (75-155 Engine HP)
- Utility Tractors (22.4 - 140 Engine HP)
- Utility Tractor Attachments & Implements
- Home & Workshop Products
Sharing coverage maps takes the guesswork out of shutting off planter rows, seeding sections, sprayer nozzles, and fertilizer spreaders or ranks when crossing over areas already covered by another machine. In operations where multiple products are being applied, like planting with a starter fertilizer, a map is shared for each product to make sure the product is being applied in the right place without being over-applied.
This capability is especially beneficial when working in low-light or dusty conditions.
In addition to sharing maps, In-Field Data Sharing allows the following guidance lines to be shared:
Operators can quickly share guidance lines with other displays working in the field to be sure that seed, nutrients, and crop protection products are placed properly with reduced overlap resulting from use of the same guidance line.
In-Field Data Sharing uses the field, operation, and crop – already required for documentation – to match coverage and guidance lines between machines for tillage, planting, and harvesting, making setup a breeze. Fertilizer and crop protection applications require an additional match on products to make sure the right information is being shared.
Use the sharing shortcut to quickly view how many machines are in the same group, and access controls and confirm the system is working properly.
Sharing maps and vehicle position helps confirm proper performance and help producers manage operations in the field.
In-Field Data Sharing requires a Gen 4 Display with the necessary hardware and software.
Work History and Shared Work allow operators to view and select the same operation from a different time if different maps are required to finish an operation. Accessed from the Work List screen, Shared Work displays the data available from the cloud, while Work History displays the information created using the display being used. For example, if multiple herbicide applications are being made, a previous application can be selected to finish the field.