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.
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).