Autopilot™ system

Meeting Your Precision Requirements

Autopilot™ system

PLM™ GUIDANCE

New Holland offers a range of intuitive autoguidance solutions to meet your needs, from entry-level manual guidance, via assisted guidance right through to top of the range fully integrated autoguidance which effectively manages the machine for you. These solutions can be matched to a range of correction signals, from sub 45cm right down to sub 2.5cm absolute accuracy depending on your needs. You might be thinking what about my implement? Well, New Holland offers solutions for its entire range of tractor, harvesting, and crop management equipment, including all implements, meaning you can choose the right tool for your operation.


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INTEGRATED GUIDANCE FOR ALL!

Fully integrated guidance is the ultimate guidance solution which offers complete machine direction control at the touch of a button. You can either order your machine direct from the factory with the New Holland IntelliSteer™ solution, or if you decide at a later stage that your business needs guidance, then a retro-fit package is also available.


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AUTOPILOT™ SYSTEM

MEETING YOUR PRECISION REQUIREMENTS

The Autopilot™ automated steering system, when used with an RTK signal, will give +/-2.5cm repeatability in all field tasks, from planting to harvesting and following any in-field pattern. The Autopilot™ system can be integrated into most brands of tractor and harvesting machinery, and it uses the machine’s electro hydraulic circuit to provide automatic guidance. This retrofit solution will significantly increase your efficiency during field preparation, planting and harvesting as you’ll be able to drive more accurately and consistently during extended periods behind the wheel.


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T3™ TERRAIN COMPENSATION

The T3™ Terrain Compensation system uses sensors to calculate and correct the roll, pitch and yaw of the machine to help minimise skips and overlaps in areas with rolling terrain and rough ground.


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