Guidance System Keeps Implements On-Track

February 3, 2011 10:18 PM

Real-time kinematic (RTK) correction is cutting edge technology but it can become a costly investment if you are unable to keep implements on course without drift.

“No tool will stay right behind a tractor of its own accord,” notes George Witte, Sunco sales manager.
He says the company’s Acura Trak Guidance System is the first guidance system based on a quick-hitch design that keeps implements on-course.
Equally important, the company claims the system will pay for itself during the course of one year, if used on a minimum of 500 crop acres.
In the following video, Witte explains in more detail how the system works and highlights its key benefits.


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