Raven unveils variety of new products

  • The 11th Raven Innovation Summit

    The 2013 Raven Innovation Summit was held this past week in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

  • Viper 4

    The Viper 4 field computer features a 12.1-inch responsive touchscreen and sleek design with a ruggedized magnesium casing. A customizable user interface utilizes Raven’s new Operating Software and allows users to set up machine profiles, user profiles, and grower-farm-field information, expediting job start-up and streamlining information management functionality.

  • SmarTrax MD

    SmarTrax MD, an easy-to-install mechanical drive steering system, allows farmers to seamlessly transfer the ability to steer automatically across their fleet of vehicles, including multiple tractors, combines, and windrowers. It is ISOBUS compatible with a compatible virtual terminal already in the cab.

  • API

    Matt Burkhart, Raven Applied Technology Division Vice President and General Manager, announced a new Slingshot API implementation with ZedX, Inc. With this implementation, a user’s Slingshot data is now transmitted wirelessly from the field and is fully integrated into the ZedX AgFleet software.

  • Multi-hybrid Planter Control

    Raven released the industry’s first, patent pending, multi-hybrid planter control solution. This system is an enhancement to Raven’s OmniRow advanced planter control solution, and when combined with variable rate seeding, will help increase yield potential and profitability.

  • Learn More

    To learn more about these and other Raven products, which are compatible with a variety of brands, visit www.ravensimple.com.

Raven unveils variety of new products

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