New guidance terminals. Simple excellence.
In future CLAAS will offer two new guidance system control terminals which are tailored to meet individual requirements: the S7 and the S10.
See more. The new S7 and S10 terminals.
The new S7, the successor to the S3 terminal, will in future be the basic terminal for all CLAAS guidance systems. The S10 also offers many additional functions. Both terminals operate on the basis of proportional steering valve systems or, optionally, with the GPS PILOT FLEX launched at SIMA, and support all driving modes used by CLAAS. The dual frequency receiver for the various correction signals from EGNOS to RTK is part of the standard equipment and is now integrated into the terminal housing, so it is no longer necessary to change the aerial when changing correction signal. The basic S7 and S10 models use EGNOS, but as an option the OMNISTAR, BASELINE and RTK correction signals and GLONASS satellite reception can be activated via a terminal menu.
Customers who intend to use a terminal for automatic guidance only are best served by the S7 with a 7" touchscreen and state-of-the-art technology. The S10 with a 10.4" touchscreen is significantly bigger and offers additional functions. In addition to guidance system control, its basic equipment includes the option of controlling ISOBUS implements and connecting up to 4 CLAAS PROFI CAM cameras in parallel, as well as comprehensive reference line management and SECTION VIEW. The S10 can also be upgraded on a modular basis to incorporate additional functions.
The S10 touchscreen can display individual application screens, or a single image from one camera in full screen mode, or three screens for different applications, or all four camera images at once. Another innovation is that extra functions have been added to the AUTO TURN automatic headland control system. The adaptive AB contour function is also new, making it possible to re-record existing AB contours in specific sections, e.g. to bypass obstacles. A further extremely useful feature is the favourites menu where up to eight frequently used functions can be saved as a customised main menu.
CLAAS TELEMATICS – new website and now also available as an app.
The new TELEMATICS website offers a host of additional functions. The smartphone app is available for iOS and Android operating systems.
The new TELEMATICS website is pleasing even at first glance, with its uncluttered design and intuitive user guidance and operation. It now provides much faster access to detailed information for individual applications, visualisation of important data and calculation of process-related key indicators. In addition to these updated features, the new website also offers many more functions. The most significant of these are APDI and TONI.
APDI (Automatic Process Data Interpretation) automatically transfers operating data for a specific customer or area from the machine to the CLAAS TELEMATICS server. The driver doesn't have to do a thing. The data is processed on the server and can be accessed by the user. It is then available on the office PC where it can be used for documentation, cost calculation or process planning purposes and for prompt invoicing by contractors.
TONI (TELEMATICS ON IMPLEMENT) provides the option of documenting, analysing and optimising data from the implement as well as the tractor. In 2014 TELEMATICS will be available for AXION 900 / 800 and ARION 600 / 500 tractors. Prerequisites for its use are a TELEMATICS-enabled tractor and a TONI-ready ISOBUS implement such as the QUADRANT square baler.
To enable you to use CLAAS TELEMATICS when you are out and about, CLAAS has also developed a smartphone app for iOS and Android operating systems. The operating philosophy for the app is the same as for the new website. Usage is free for CLAAS customers who use TELEMATICS. Potential users can also download a free demo version which enables them to try out the CLAAS TELEMATICS functions.
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