Combines Get 'Better View' Option

Combines Get 'Better View' Option

Agco and Dakota Micro are teaming up to offer the AgCam as an option on combines.

Combines are great. They do a lot of work and help you get that annual harvest payday for the farm but they're also a challenge to drive and getting a good view of what's around those big machines isn't easy either.

Agco and Dakota Micro have announced a new factory-install partnership that will allow customers of the Agco combine lines - Gleaner, Massey Ferguson and Challenger - to include the AgCam camera as part of their order. The camera - or cameras - can be installed where the user feels they need to monitor the machine - and you can view the image right from the cab.

AT THE FACTORY: Agco combine customers - Gleaner, Massey Ferguson and Challenger - can now have AgCam cameras installed when they order the harvesters.

The AgCam cameras feature a waterproof housing, an auto-darkening lens, crimp-resistant cables and infrared night vision. You can learn more about the new option by visiting your local Agco dealer or visit www.agcoagcam.com. You'll find a range of options for cameras and monitors.

Check out our extensive roundup of new products from the fall farm shows, visit www.farmprogress.com/2012showproducts. You can also check out our other free reports by visiting www.FarmProgressDaily.com.

We also have a running update on this site of new equipment entering the market place throughout the year. For more up-to-date information on that, check out our bi-weekly e-newsletter on trends and developments in machinery and ag technology. Click here POWERIRON to join thousands of readers who receive our updates free of charge every other week.

For Willie Vogt's observations about the growth of technology in our industry, be sure to visit his FARMER IRON column.

And, there's always something new going on at our world-class show sites:

Farm Progress Show

Husker Harvest Days

New York Farm Show

Hay Expo

TAGS: USDA
Hide comments

Comments

  • Allowed HTML tags: <em> <strong> <blockquote> <br> <p>

Plain text

  • No HTML tags allowed.
  • Web page addresses and e-mail addresses turn into links automatically.
  • Lines and paragraphs break automatically.
Publish