Trimble releases display system for agriculture applications

October 30, 2017  - By

Trimble’s GFX-750 display system was designed to provide farmers with more robust signal availability.

Trimble launched the GFX-750 display system for agriculture applications. According to the company, the display system comes with a simple-to-install, roof-mounted NAV-900 guidance controller featuring its most advanced multi-constellation GNSS receiver.

The GFX-750 features a high-resolution 10.1-inch display, which is ISOBUS-compatible, a universal communication protocol that Müller-Elektronik, a Trimble company, helped develop. ISOBUS allows one display or terminal to control several implements and machines, regardless of manufacturer, the company said. The display system runs on Trimble’s high-performance Precision-IQ software.

In addition, the GFX-750 offers flexible connectivity between devices through Bluetooth, WiFi and BroadR-Reach and communication from tractor to farm equipment. It has the ability to connect to signal corrections, including CenterPoint RTK, CenterPoint VRS, Trimble RTX technology and SBAS through the NAV-900 controller. The system is also compatible with Trimble Autopilot and interoperable with Trimble Ag Software.

“The GFX-750 display system is the perfect solution for a farmer who is ready to get started with precision farming—or who is interested in upgrading to a new system—due to the easy-to-use interface and roof-mounted guidance controller with embedded GNSS receiver,” said Abe Hughes, general manager at Trimble’s Agriculture Division. “This comprehensive display system can enable farmers to more easily adopt precision agriculture solutions across their farm, regardless of vehicle make, model or year.”

The GFX-750 display system comes with a triple-frequency multi-constellation GNSS receiver from Trimble that uses GPS, GLONASS, Galileo and BeiDou satellites, the company added.

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