Improving Operational Speeds in Agricultural Equipment

Sponsored by MTS

The past few years, original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) have made tremendous strides integrating advanced automation techniques into their machines. With the use of electronics and electro-hydraulics, every aspect of the machine operation can now be monitored and controlled, including: multifunction steering, implement depth, and even the suspension in the seat. These control improvements have shown measurable improvements in vehicle and operator productivity while reducing operating costs.

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