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The Trimble™ Autopilot™ automated steering system automatically steers your vehicle on line with maximum precision. When your vehicle gets offline, Autopilot signals it to adjust its position to follow the correct path, no matter the field pattern or terrain type—so you can focus on the job ahead of you.
Provides automatic steering for your vehicle with one-inch repeatability
Complete field applications quickly and accurately
Reduce operator fatigue and increase safety
Operate day or night and in dusty or low visibility conditions
This is the kit needed for Autopilot installations on Autoguide Ready Agco vehicles including:
Challenger 1XXX: 1038, 1042, 1046, 1050
Fendt 1XXX: 1038, 1042, 1046, 1050
Fendt 3XX: 310, 311, 312, 313
Fendt 5XX: 512, 513, 514, 516
Fendt 7XX Vario: 714, 716, 718, 720, 722, 724
Fendt 8XX Vario: 819, 822, 824, 826, 828
Fendt 9XX Vario: 924, 927, 930, 933, 936, 939
Challenger MT7XX: MT738, MT740, MT743
The GFX-750 & TMX-2050 are sold separately.
Integrates directly into your vehicle's hydraulics for clear access to cab control
Ideal for the most demanding row crop farming applications
Plugs in to many guidance-ready vehicles, minimizing the need for additional equipment
NextSwath End-of-Row Turn Technology
Trimble NextSwath™ end-of-row turn technology can be added to automatically calculate and execute the best possible path to turn around a vehicle and approach the next crop row or swath with the implement precisely aligned to begin working.
OnSwath Line Acquisition Technology
Trimble OnSwath™ line acquisition technology allows Autopilot users to customize line acquisition preferences to the vehicle and field operation at hand. Using OnSwath the vehicle projects its path to the line, which allows it to get back online faster.
Terrain Compensation Technology
Autopilot uses T3™ sensors to calculate the actual position of the vehicle to help minimize skips and overlaps in areas with rolling terrain, slopes, and rough ground.