CCI ISOBUS Terminals Now FarmPilot Equipped
This will enable farmers and contractors to exercise optimum control over their equipment and operating processes using FarmPilot. Equipment and operating data can be tracked online and coordinated regardless of manufacturer via the portal.
In the development phase, an initial prototype was tested during the 2010 corn harvest. In the coming weeks, the first CCI terminals with FarmPilot will be used by selected customers in field tests. General release to farmers and contractors is planned for fall 2011.
The objective of the Competence Center ISOBUS e.V. (CCI) and its member companies Amazone, Bergmann, Grimme, Krone, Kuhn, Lemken, Pöttinger and Rauch is to implement the ISOBUS standard in practice across all manufacturers. Further information about FarmPilot is available on our website at www.FarmPilot.de.
FarmPilot: Increasing the level of success in agriculture!
Arvato systems GmbH and the Competence Center ISOBUS e.V. promote the use of ISOBUS solutions in the agricultural sector. Customers benefit from the system integrator’s 30 years of experience in innovative technologies and collaboration with respected names in agricultural engineering.
Arvato systems GmbH
Arvato systems is an international subsidiary of Arvato, the media and communication services provider of Bertelsmann AG. With solutions covering the use, management and distribution of media, the IT service provider sets the standard. Extensive knowledge of various industries, 30 years of experience, and innovative technologies establish the basis for the best possible products and solutions. Services include consulting, development and integration, as well as the management and operation of applications and systems. A global network of offices in Asia, Europe, and North America takes on projects all over the world. If you are interested in more information regarding Arvato systems: www.arvato-systems.de
Competence Center ISOBUS e.V.
The Competence Center ISOBUS e.V. (CCI) was founded on February 12, 2009 by Amazone, Grimme, Krone, Kuhn, Lemken and Rauch with the aim to implement and support the use of ISOBUS in agricultural technology. The ISOBUS will continue over the next years and become increasingly relevant. CCI wants to accompany its development and help shape its future.
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