JAGUAR 980-970

(Type 498)

When you need sophisticated engineering, dependable performance and outstanding results, it’s time for the new JAGUAR. With its unique overall concept, a new header drive and a wide range of corncracker rollers including patented SHREDLAGE® technology, it will help you safely bring in your harvest with up to 884 hp.

EASY. The name says it all.

The combined electronics expertise of CLAAS can be summed up in a single word: EASY. This stands for Efficient Agriculture Systems, and lives up to its name.

More control, fewer surprises.


A complete overview with just a click of the mouse.

With TELEMATICS, CLAAS lets you retrieve all of your important machine data via the internet, anytime, anywhere – so why not benefit from TELEMATICS yourself?

Online comparison.

Use your personal access to the TELEMATICS web server to compare the performance and harvesting data for your forage harvesters so that you can fine tune the settings for the best results under all conditions every day.

Data management.

Data management.

Benefit immediately from current data.

You can prepare field data in CEBIS before running and processing it with CEBIS.

  • All data is backed up when a specific job is completed or the working day comes to an end
  • The data can be printed out (optional) or transferred by data card for job processing
  • With TELEMATICS, the data can also be accessed online with a PC and can be reused, e.g. for customer invoicing

Steering systems.

Seeing with CAM PILOT.

The CAM PILOT assumes control of steering the JAGUAR in combination with the PICK UP. The swath is detected as a three-dimensional image by a twin-lens camera. Corresponding signals are transmitted to the steering mechanism in the event of deviations in the swath shape or direction. The steering axle then responds to these steering commands. This makes for a reduced operator workload at speeds up to 15 km/h as well as loss-free harvesting.

Guidance by GPS PILOT.

GPS PILOT uses a satellite signal to guide the JAGUAR reliably in parallel paths or along curved contours defined by the crop edge. The system allows the operator to use the full working width while reducing overlapping. This makes it possible to obtain higher work quality in a shorter time, regardless of light or weather conditions.

Sensing with AUTO PILOT.

During the harvesting process, maize is usually followed in rows, even with row-independent maize front attachments. Two sensor arms each gauge a row of maize. The signals generated by these sensors are translated into corrective steering impulses. Twin-row sensing allows automatic guidance in row widths of 14.76" up to 31.5" (37.5 cm up to 80 cm).