• 30.10.2017 The company Trimble today announced the display of the GFX-750 for agriculture

  • 20.10.2017 9th International Specialized Exhibition of Agricultural Products in the South Kazakhstan

  • 20.10.2017 12th Central Asian International Exhibition AgroWorld Kazakhstan 2017

  • 28.07.2017 On the basis of LLP "Aktogay-Agro" of Pavlodar region passed the Field Day

  • 27.07.2017 A large-scale event was "Field Day of NEMAC and AMTTC - Agroinnovation of the Future"

Crop harvest solutions

Computer monitoring and mapping of yields of crops that are harvested by grain harvesters and forage harvesters is an important and useful source of information on the heterogeneity of yields in certain areas of a field. The yield monitoring does not disclose the reasons for the difference in yields, but it shows where the field should be further analyzed in order to find out what caused this difference in yields. Carrying out such monitoring for several years makes it possible to identify zones with different yield potentials within the same field. The accumulated data can be used, first of all, for:

• control of efficiency of crop production activities
• identification of problem areas
• detection of control zone boundaries
• the definition of the strategy of differentiated management in this field economic analysis

The installation of a GPS receiver and threshing control equipment on the harvesters allows on-board systems to record changes in yield as they move along the field. Collected information can be printed in the form of color yield maps showing the localization of zones with different productivity indicators. The Trimble system uses an optical sensor mounted on a conveyor, through which a clean grain enters the grain hopper. The blades of the conveyor cover for a time the beam of light as they pass by the source and the receiver of light. The length of the beam overlap depends on the amount of grain present on each of the blades.

The system measures the volume of the grain mass: if it is high, the grain embankments on the conveyor blades are higher, then they will overlap the ray of light for a longer time.


• Plant variety tracking: Mapping and comparing data on yield and moisture content in different planted varieties found on your field;
• Download tracking: Record the amount of grain collected and loaded in trucks, and use actual shipping data to reconcile the card with recorded shipments;
• Automatic cut width: Determine the cutting width automatically when passing through irregularly shaped fields, incorrect configurations or other previously retracted areas to avoid inaccurate calculations of area and yield;
• Flexible installation options: the ability to select the system configuration in addition to the equipment that you already have. You can order a full set of cartography, a kit without a humidity sensor or an OEM kit for the machines already equipped with yield and moisture sensors by the manufacturer.

Driving in rows system RG-100

Due to the RG-100 driving system, the combine is automatically aligned with the displaced rows by means of sensors installed in the front of the combine. The RG-100 system uses the Autopilot ™ automatic driving system and the TMX-2050 ™ display or the multifunctional FmX® display for centering the combine in rows, even if they are indirect.

Reduced fatigue of the operator when working in difficult conditions: lodging, long hours, poor visibility.
Ability to work effectively in fields planted using other steering systems, or in areas where the displacements of a seed drill has occurred.
Precise course maintenance when harvesting corn cobs to significantly increase the amount of harvested crops.
The RG-100 works with the latest T3 ™ roughness compensation technology and uses the Autopilot system for high-precision driving while working on hillsides and rugged terrain.