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Trimble’s new ag displays provide connectivity for in-field operations

October 4, 2022  - By
The GFX-1260 display for precision agriculture. (Photo: Trimble)

The GFX-1260 display for precision agriculture. (Photo: Trimble)

Trimble has introduced next-generation displays for precision agriculture applications — the Trimble GFX-1060 and GFX-1260.

The displays enable farmers to complete in-field operations quickly and efficiently while also mapping and monitoring field information in real time with precision, Trimble said. Both displays feature an Android-based operating system and enhanced processing power for controlling and executing in-field work.

The new flagship GFX-1260 is a 12-inch (30.5 cm) display, while the GFX-1060 is a 10-inch (25.6 cm) display, and both are compatible with the Trimble NAV-500 and NAV-900 GNSS guidance controllers.

When paired with the NAV-900, farmers can achieve increased accuracy out of the box by leveraging Trimble’s leading CenterPoint RTX correction service, which is included for the first year.

The high-resolution touchscreen displays are compatible with more than 10,000 vehicle models across more than 40 equipment brands. The displays are ISOBUS-compatible, which allows one display or terminal to control ISOBUS implements, regardless of manufacturer. It standardizes control settings, reduces downtime and minimizes installation and interface challenges, simplifying data exchange and machine control.

The new displays enable farmers to set up and configure their equipment through Trimble’s Precision-IQ field software, including manual guidance, assisted and automated steering, application controls, mapping and data logging, equipment profiles and camera feeds from attached inputs and other internet-based apps.

Running the powerful Precision-IQ software, the Trimble GFX-1060 and GFX-1260 displays feature:

  • flexible connectivity across the farm through integrated wireless options including Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and BroadR-Reach high-speed communications
  • seamless communication from tractor to farm equipment through ISOBUS compatibility, the Field-IQ crop input control system, and Trimble Universal Variable Rate (TUVR) or serial rate control
  • ability to connect to GNSS correction services including Trimble RTX technology, CenterPoint RTK and CenterPoint VRS through the NAV-900 controller
  • compatibility with all Trimble guidance systems as well as CAN bus support for both assisted and automated steering
  • interoperability with Trimble Ag Software to support data management needs across the farming ecosystem
  • data sharing across the farm with the optional AutoSync feature, allowing farm managers to remotely send work orders and ensure vehicles, implements and fieldwork are aligned and working properly.
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Senior Editor Tracy Cozzens joined GPS World magazine in 2006. She also is editor of GPS World’s newsletters and the sister website Geospatial Solutions. She has worked in government, for non-profits, and in corporate communications, editing a variety of publications for audiences ranging from federal government contractors to teachers.

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