Topcon broadens program

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“We are ensuring that the benefits of productivity and efficiency reach a broad spectrum of farming operations,” said Antonio Marzia, senior vice president and general manager, EMEA and APAC.

“We see a world of opportunities to help more farmers increase their profitability and we are dedicated to developing technologies to operate in mixed fleet environments. Topcon provides technology that works with a wide range of machinery and brands. This provides the farmer with flexibility in their equipment choices while having access to the latest precision technologies.”

“We have a deep portfolio for the full agronomic cycle, working with farmers, distributors, and a broad range of original equipment manufacturers (OEM), reinforcing our commitment to putting precision agriculture in the hands of more farmers throughout the world,” Marzia said.

“As such we offer auto steering and implement control systems designed for all sizes of equipment, including a range of next-generation GNSS receivers and ISOBUS ECUs, all fully connected to the Topcon Agriculture Platform (TAP), as well as an expanded Topnet Live correction service offering.”

Topcon opens a new 25-hectare Research & Validation Center at the Topcon Positioning Systems headquarters in Livermore, California. The site is now one of three centers across the world, joining the existing centers in Concordia, Italy, and Adelaide, Australia.

“Any time of the day, there is testing and research underway at Topcon, somewhere in the world,” Marzia said. “These sites, which combined represent a significant amount of hectarage, support the development, manufacturing and validation of the company’s measurement technologies to further enable both sustainable agriculture and infrastructure.”

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