Tractors and foragers take command | traction


John Deere launched Machine Sync in 2012.  The  system is particularly suitable in the dark and on long working days, according to the manufacturer. Thanks to the GNNS-based synchronization, the combine harvester controls the speed and steering of the tractor fully automatically, which is driving alongside with a transfer vehicle or trailer. ©

 The  driver is much more relaxed and overloading losses are prevented. Damage to machines and plants can be avoided even at higher speeds.


 The  technology is not only worthwhile when it comes to combine harvesting, but also for harvesting processes that involve permanent overloading. This is why John Deere is now also offering Machine Sync for self-propelled forage harvesters and tractors. In the case of tractors, the system is particularly interesting for harvesting potatoes, carrots and vegetables in front of a pulled toboggan. Machine Sync also brings relief and productivity increases for other work in vegetable growing, such as planting applications.

Most of the required technologies such as JDLink, StarFire receiver and Gen4 Premium Display with automation activation are already ordered ex works by many John Deere customers. Retrofitting is also possible. Contact your John Deere sales partner for more details.

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