Claas and Trimble enter agreement

Agriculture.com Staff Updated: 09/06/2011 @ 10:52am

Claas of America, Inc. and Trimble are collaborating to provide growers greater flexibility. This alliance will provide a customer-friendly interface for Trimble steering and yield mapping systems.



“With the new interface agreement with Trimble, Claas growers are now able to utilize the accurate yield measurement data from the Lexion Quantimeter and display/collect the information on a Trimble monitor,” says Bob Armstrong, North American Product Marketing Manager for Claas. “Concurrently, the Trimble steering system is able to communicate directly with the Claas valve controller without adding any further hydraulic equipment on the Lexion combine.”



Growers can outfit their Lexion combine with Trimble technology through their Trimble dealer. To learn more, visit www.claasofamerica.com.

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