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Leica Geosystems adds variety of product features, support

03/06/2013 @ 8:12am

Leica Geosystems has introduced a number of new product features and support updates as part of the company’s continued investment in precision agriculture solutions. The company is also releasing additional steering solutions for several existing and new tractor models for the Leica mojo3D, as well as access to the GLONASS constellation for the Leica mojoMINI.

By supporting GLONASS, the Leica mojoMINI provides access to the Russian global satellite navigation system and the standard GPS constellation. By using GLONASS farmers can access an additional 20 plus satellite signals, which means the mojoMINI offers even more reliable and consistent coverage.

To strengthen Leica Geosystems steering capabilities, support for John Deere's new R series AutoTrac Ready tractor models via the Leica mojo3D and mojoXact (pictured) is now available. This provides the market with a simple single cable installation offering a quick and easy aftermarket steering solution.

A hydraulic kit is now available for the Valtra BT and BH models, which is not typically factory fitted with any auto steering equipment. Additionally, Leica released an hydraulic load reactive kit, which focuses on maintaining a tractors load reactive function for an intuitive steering response.

“Our continued support to the regions has been the main priority behind these recent releases to meet specific global market demands of farmers”, says Joe Arico, Manager Product Management and Global Support at Leica Geosystems Agriculture Australia.

To learn more about Leica Geosystems visit www.AgGuidance.com.

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