Telematics for older machines
New Vervaet self-propelled sugar beet harvesters and slurry applicators imported by J Riley Beet Harvesters (UK) have been equipped as standard with Connect telematics since last year. Now the Dutch manufacturer has introduced a system for older machines.Suitable for adding to the Beet Eater 617, 625 and Q-616 beet harvesters manufactured from 2011 onwards, and Hydro Trike machines made from 2016 to 2019, this allows managers and operators to view real-time and historical machine data remotely through the MyVervaet online portal.Application maps can be created for slurry spreading, whilst additional optional equipment makes yield mapping possible on sugar beet harvesters. Fitment requires additional wiring and a new touchscreen control terminal (customers can currently trade-in their old screen for a new unit).The new updated Connect system will be available in two license levels – Essential and Premium. The basic level provides real-time machine tracking and remote access to operational data, service information and warnings. Premium allows field-specific data to be exported to farm management software including retrieval of historic data to allow customer- and field-specific reports to be generated. When enabled, the telematics system can also be used for remote diagnostics.“We envisage Vervaet Connect as an addition suitable for every machine and every user,” says Jonathan Hoekman, sales manager at Vervaet. “This year we are working hard to further improve the system with premium features accessible to everyone.”For more up-to-date farming news click here and subscribe now to profi for just £3.99 an issue.
Lundi 6 mars 2023
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