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News for Agritechnica 2017

Hungen, 06th September 2017

Innovation partner in Smart Farming and a clear commitment to ISOBUS

Hungen: With the latest integrated software solution Holmer Smart Turn for the sugar beet harvester Terra Dos T4 Reichhardt demonstrates how modern automatic steering and smart farming functions based on their PSR Guidance System support optimizing beet harvesting while protecting soil. The unique combination of mechanical row guidance with GNSS-based  headlandturning for the very first time an automatic turn on the headland becomes possible for self propelled harvesters – including both lifting and re-using the lifting unit and the necessary steering maneuvers.

The clear commitment to ISOBUS, which Reichhardt has already shown in 2009 with their ISOBUS compatible PSR steering system and which has continously pursued during the last years, will be presented at Agritechnica in a ISO product family both for the after sales market as well as for OEM partners. They will exhibit an ISOBUS retrofit cable harness as basic kit, an ISOBUS joystick in two options, a new retrofittable electronic ISOBUS linkage control with pressure and position control and a virtual ISOBUS implement for easier operation and better documentation. ISO FLEX allows using various devices instead of ISO VTs.

Automatic steering via various sensors is one of the unique characteristics within the PSR product family. The big advantage is, that the focus of the automatic steering systems is on the row crop and thus higher speed together with very high accuracy can be realized.
New applications are available for steering options with the flexible tactile sensor PSR TAC in plant protection and for ultrasound sensors PSR SONIC in winegrowing.
Reichhardt PSR Guidance Systems are available on the retrofit market and interesting for OEM partners.

News

  • HOLMER Smart Turn – the clever way to steer
    HOLMER Smart Turn is an integrated software solution for the sugar beet harvester Terra DOS T4 developed by Reichhardt and Holmer.  For the very first time the software combines the mechanical row guidance at the beet harvester with a GNSS-steered headland turning.  Thus an automatic headland turning for self propelled harvesters is first possible – including both lifting and re-using the lifting unit and the necessary steering maneuvers.

    For more information please see joint press release Holmer/Reichhardt attached.

  • Additional value for the ISOBUS in a new ISO product family
    ISO FIT – the ISOBUS retrofit harness in OEM quality

    ISO CONTROL – the ISOBUS joystick, uniquely configured, in two options

    ISO LIFT – the retrofit elctronic ISOBUS linkage control with pressure and position control

    ISO ALLROUND – the virtual ISOBUS implement for easier operation and better documentation

    ISO FLEX – more flexibility while using any device instead of common ISO-VTs.

  • PSR TAC in plant protection applications
    PSR TAC – steering with flexible tactile sensors as option within the PSR steering system by Reichhardt has now been detected also for plant protection applications. Up to now its advantages have been seen in the optimum supplement to corn harvesters and choppers, last but not least because of its reliability also in silage corn. Now more and more PSR TAC is used on self propelled sprayers – in Europe as well as in USA.

  • PSR SONIC in winegrowing
    PSR SONIC has long been known for accurate guidance along the edge in rows and bank-corps. Now it is possible to use PSR SONIC for accurate guidance in vine rows. The relief of the driver and a higher concentration to the work performed are paramount. The new application is available as retrofit option and interesting for OEM partners.


Reichhardt exhibits their news at Agritechnica in hall 14/15 F45

The complete Press Release can be downloaded here.

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