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GNSS Thought For Food — True Tracking With Trimble
|28 января 2009|
Trimble has debuted their latest Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) guidance product that offers a wide range of precision agriculture applications in a single package.
Trimble's new AgGPS FmX integrated display is the first display system in the industry today to work as either a stand-alone manual guidance system, or as part of an automated guidance, implement control or steering system. Farmers can use the FmX display for a variety of their GNSS control needs, including applications that require one or two receivers, such as vehicle guidance, a pull-behind implement, or leveling and drainage equipment. FmX integrates easily with the Trimble AgGPS Autopilot automated steering system, TrueTracker for precision guidance of an implement or with the FieldLevel II system for dual and tandem scraper control. Farmers can also vary crop inputs, control a planter, map fields and view video camera input of field operations--all with one display.
The FmX touch screen display is 12.1 inches, approximately 35 percent larger than the industry standard 10.4-inch screen, yet the display requires no more space in the cab than its predecessor, the AgGPS FieldManager display. Crisp graphics and a brighter screen make the FmX easier for the operator to see and interact with the applications being controlled. In addition, Transcend technology, a proprietary Trimble positioning capability, is also integrated into the FmX integrated display, providing users with high accuracy, flexible solutions for the most challenging agriculture applications and environments. Transcend features the latest generation of GNSS chipsets and processors. The FmX features two integrated, high-performance GNSS receivers, so no additional receivers are necessary to control a tractor and implement. Optional 450 or 900 MHz radios are also integrated into the display for real time kinematic (RTK) applications, along with support for up to four external video cameras. Both receivers include GPS and GLONASS (L1/L2/G1/G2) capability, offering a range of accuracy levels up to RTK GLONASS. The benefit to farmers is that a larger number of satellite signals can provide more robust positioning, even in difficult GPS or GLONASS environments.