New Topcon guidance receivers and correction services

05-07 | |
Topcon receivers are designed to suit virtually any agricultural machine type, make and model. - Photo: Topcon
Topcon receivers are designed to suit virtually any agricultural machine type, make and model. - Photo: Topcon

Topcon Agriculture announces new manual guidance and autosteering receivers – the AGM-1 and AGS-2 – and new Topnet Live cellular, satellite and bridging correction services: Realpoint, Starpoint, and Skybridge.

Topcon’s new receiver and steering controller uses the new Topnet Live correction services. Plus, with the option of Skybridge, users can maintain network connection during any RTK interruption.

Topcon receivers for any machine type, make and model

According to Brian Sorbe, VP of global product solutions, Topcon receivers are designed to suit virtually any agricultural machine type, make and model. “Equipped with progressive reception and tracking capabilities, with the option of manual guidance or complete autosteering, the receivers are suitable for any size or type of operation.”

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Topcon AGS-2 guidance receiver. - Photo: Topcon
Topcon AGS-2 guidance receiver. - Photo: Topcon

With access to the full range of correction services through the AGS-2, Topcon says it provides farmers with the right fit for their operation with accuracy on demand. Each unique farming operation may have differing accuracy requirements and this approach is to benefit their operation.

Reliable connection stability across the globe

“Calibrated to accuracies of within two centimeters, the new correction services provide reliable pass-to-pass precision. Through a constantly improving network and variety of cost-effective subscription models, the service delivers reliable connection stability across the globe. With these new offerings, Topcon continues to offer powerful solutions to suit the variable demands of agriculture,” Sorbe said.

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