Leica Geosystems today released additional features for its guidance systems Leica mojoMINI and Leica mojo3D to further enhance product usability and compatibility.
The touch screen of the Leica mojoMINI has undertaken several modifications. It offers now two lightbar modes: the traditional cross track only lightbar and the Leica smart lightbar. Furthermore farmers are able to choose the use of WAAS and EGNOS satellites or to deactivate them, if desired.
The added support for kml files gives users of the Leica mojoMINI the ability to export data of the most recent work for viewing in Google EarthTM or import into a Leica mojo3D. Now just using the Leica mojo3D and the Leica twist allow steering of all Leica SteerDirect kits which are supported by the Leica mojoXact. To enable these extra steering options a Leica mojo3D SteerDirect kit is required. More updates to the Leica SteerDirect hydraulic solution proceed with two extra kits:
Claas Lexion Hose Kit (Article Nr. 794531)
Buhler 2xxx 4WD Hose Kit (Article Nr. 794540)
Like the Leica mojoMINI, the Leica mojo3D now offers the cross track only lightbar as well as the Leica smart lightbar. To further increase the compatibility of the guidance display, the support for kml and shape files has been introduced. This makes it easy to import and export field data and vehicle setups to another Leica mojo3D or different applications.
“We are pleased to introduce more open formats to further ensure the cross compatibility of our products,” says Global R&D Manager Peter Roberts. “The positive market response we receive because we support open formats, like open correction formats, open data formats and open steering protocols extensively, reflects the need for flexible and versatile solutions.”
Additional releases are planned for midyear and include an online service to monitor farm equipment as well as a new base station.
For more information about Leica Geosystems agriculture products visit www.AgGuidance.com.