GPS Auto Steering Kits for Agricultural Machinery with RTK Base station, ISOBUS and WIFI camera

PeterZHOU

Member
Mixed Farmer
Hi Everyone,

I am presenting GPS Auto Steering Kits for Agricultural Machinery with RTK Base station, ISOBUS, and WIFI camera.
Compatible with agricultural machinery manufactured by: John Deere, Fendt, Deutz-Fahr, Case IH / Steyr, Kubota, New Holland... and so on.

The main benefits are:
  • Aid in the navigation of tractors which can improve performance and operation system.(±2.5cm accuracy)
  • Cut down energy and time wasted as well as expensive chemicals and fertilizers.
  • Relieve drivers from the stress of driving very precisely for many hours
  • Enable operations to continue when visibility is poor or at night.
I am looking for end-users and distributors. Feel free to reach me at [email protected] to get more detail. Mention code TFF2021 to get extra discount.
Here is a 2-minute video shows our system installed on agricultural machinery in America, Europe, Africa, and Asia:

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PeterZHOU

Member
Mixed Farmer
Does the GNSS receiver support modernized GPS satellites like u-blox F9P or does it support all?
Yes, we support all:
  • BDS: B1/B2, (Can be upgraded to B3)
  • GPS: L1/L2
  • GLONASS: L1/L2
  • GALILEO: E1/E5B
  • QZSS: L1/L2
I attached the detailed spec for your reference.
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If you can't access it, please add my WhatsApp +8618819001437.
 

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Yes, we support all:
  • BDS: B1/B2, (Can be upgraded to B3)
  • GPS: L1/L2
  • GLONASS: L1/L2
  • GALILEO: E1/E5B
  • QZSS: L1/L2
I attached the detailed spec for your reference.
It seems the pic can't be loaded as expected.
If you can't access it, please add my WhatsApp +8618819001437.

Sorry but that answer does not cover my question. I did already read that the device supports L1 and L2 but the question is which L2 codes does the GNSS receiver support. If it is based on the u-blox chip (or similar), it would not make use of all GPS satellites but only new ones that support the new commercial use L2 code!

Not any extremely important detail but still important. A well and accurately written data sheet gives a professional impression about the company and the product. Lack of info gives can lead to all sorts of interpretations and purchase decisions.
 

PeterZHOU

Member
Mixed Farmer
Sorry but that answer does not cover my question. I did already read that the device supports L1 and L2 but the question is which L2 codes does the GNSS receiver support. If it is based on the u-blox chip (or similar), it would not make use of all GPS satellites but only new ones that support the new commercial use L2 code!

Not any extremely important detail but still important. A well and accurately written data sheet gives a professional impression about the company and the product. Lack of info gives can lead to all sorts of interpretations and purchase decisions.
Thanks for your advice, I have requested our marketing team to produce a new datasheet with more detail.
Our GNSS receiver support L2C/L2P(Y), is this cover your question?
 

Flatlander

Member
Arable Farmer
Location
Lorette Manitoba
Yes, thanks, exactly what I was after. L5 support and the same for other constellations too would be useful.
You sound very informed on this subject. In your opinion are these unit something that can be made to work with the Trimble Nav controllers or are they not compatible. intrested In rtk for drainage. Not so much guidance but elavation
 
Location
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The base only works with their own kit.
I asked for a friend who has JD so mine won't put out the right signal for him🙄

I guess you are referring to correction signal transfer via radio? Trimble receivers should work from an NTRIP correction source if the correction signal format and content are compatible.
 
Location
North
You sound very informed on this subject. In your opinion are these unit something that can be made to work with the Trimble Nav controllers or are they not compatible. intrested In rtk for drainage. Not so much guidance but elavation

I'm no expert on the topic. I know a few forum members who have configured their base to work with Trimble receivers (don't know if they are all the same). This is using NTRIP correction signal transport. Not sure if @Charles Quick did this for his neighbour or was it some other brand. As such this should be the same for drainage and auto-steer.
 

Badshot

Member
Location
Kent
I guess you are referring to correction signal transfer via radio? Trimble receivers should work from an NTRIP correction source if the correction signal format and content are compatible.
When dealing with someone in China it's not always the clearest conversation.
Simply put he stated the base will only work with their own steering kit, not with any other Trimble, topcon, JD kit.
Their steering kit can be put on any machine.



Our RTK base station can ONLY work with our own auto-steering sytem.

That's exactly what he stated.
 
Location
North
When dealing with someone in China it's not always the clearest conversation.
Simply put he stated the base will only work with their own steering kit, not with any other Trimble, topcon, JD kit.
Their steering kit can be put on any machine.



Our RTK base station can ONLY work with our own auto-steering sytem.

That's exactly what he stated.

Right, I was considering RTK base stations in a wide sense, not one from FJD, Trimble or JD etc, don't know anything about their capabilities. FJD and Field Bee could let us know if these work with Trimble (preferrably with a technical explanation that we understand).

I don't have anybody to test my private base with Trimble, actually have two and both should work with Trimble via NTRIP but not via radio (I use both radio and NTRIP from my rovers but no Trimble gear here).
 

Charles Quick

Member
BASE UK Member
Location
Somerset
Yes I've got a Trimble FMX taking corrections from my Ublox F9P base, just injecting the 1008 message. Seems to work well.
On the other hand, never could get a Topcon AGI-3 to accept my stream for any length of time.

I'm guessing the FJD unit is based on the Skytraq PX1122R.
Would be interesting to see a list of the RTCM message set @PeterZHOU
 
You sound very informed on this subject. In your opinion are these unit something that can be made to work with the Trimble Nav controllers or are they not compatible. intrested In rtk for drainage. Not so much guidance but elavation
The website mentions drainage usage...

 

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