CNHi and One Smart Spray cooperate

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CNH Industrial and One Smart Spray, a joint venture between Bosch and BASF, have signed an agreement to integrate the latter’s spraying system within CNH Industrial’s agricultural brand product portfolios. The system’s integration will be led by the Raven team and will be commercially available via the global Case IH and New Holland Agriculture brands.

The One Smart Spray integration is an important solution that will fast track the further enhancement of CNH Industrial’s precision and automated spraying capabilities. It will do so through multiple cameras installed on a sprayer’s boom. This will provide customers with green-on-green (plant on plant) and green-on-brown (plant on soil) weed detection and selective spraying.

Precision is combined with digital tools and agronomic insights that are accessible via mobile devices to provide in-depth weed maps, track input and cost savings in real time and generate automated reports and data. These deliver farmers clean fields while maximizing herbicide savings, operational efficiency and sustainability. The system also allows farmers to set up their desired spraying operations both in day and night conditions to expand their operating windows.

The collaboration with One Smart Spray is the latest development in CNH Industrial’s AgTech product offering, which will continue to support the world’s farmers to farm more efficiently and sustainably.


About One Smart Spray

One Smart Spray, a joint venture of Bosch and BASF, was established in 2021 to offer farmers the best of two worlds, joining the hardware, software and connectivity capabilities from Bosch and the digital and agronomic expertise of BASF Digital Farming. One Smart Spray makes precision smart by combining the best of precision technology, digital tools, and agronomic intelligence to take weed control to the next level and make agriculture more productive, profitable, and sustainable.

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  1. Hello good Morning.
    It is an interesting development to spray crops or weeds with camera detection systems. Our Wingssprayer spraying system would make a very interesting contribution to this. Wingssprayer has developed a row spraying system in which all crops can be sprayed with very different row spacings and can be easily switched over.
    Due to the short distances from nozzle to crop of 12 cm and the narrow footprint by using 20, 40 or 60 degree angle spray tips, ends up to 50% less chemicals on the ground in oppsit to normal spraying due to the verry small footprint. The Wingssprayer already archieves 99% less drift and 95% less evaporation and is avery solid construction. please see movies on YT Wingssprayer.
    We would like to consult with you to discuss joint possibilities.

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