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Agco introduces Auto-Guide 3000

02/01/2013 @ 3:04pm

Auto-Guide 3000 is the latest technology innovation from Agco. This integrated assisted-steering solution is designed to provide farmers with better functionality.

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Assisted steering has become a very important option on the machinery owned and operated by professional farmers,” says Martin Richenhagen, chairman, president and CEO of AGCO. “Professional farmers and agriculture enterprises can increase their efficiency and realize rapid return on their investment by adding integrated, precision technology solutions from our factories.”



As the mainstream offering for precision technology solutions, Auto-Guide 3000 is a complete satellite-assisted steering technology designed to meet a growing customer demand for guidance systems. In addition, the company has developed its next generation of guidance solutions to be simple to operate and fully scalable from sub-meter to sub-inch accuracy.

Key features include:

• Affordability as well as fully-integrated, plug-and-play convenience.
• High quality and reliability driven by extensive testing.
• Adaptable system with the choice of a base monitor with easy-to-use
features or an optional monitor with more advanced functions.

The system will be available as a factory-installed option on select Challenger and Massey Ferguson tractors, combine harvesters, and self-propelled windrowers in the second quarter of 2013.

To learn more about the Auto-Guide 3000 visit www.agcocorp.com.


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