Leica GeoAce Is New RTK Base Station For Farming

Leica GeoAce Is New RTK Base Station For Farming

System was designed to support increasing applications of telematics on farm equipment.

Leica Geosystems is introducing the Leica GeoAce RTK Base Station, to help growers take advantage of increasing use of telematics on farm field equipment. The new gear support's Leica's Virtual Wrench web-based remote service, support and diagnostic tool.

The GeoAce's compatibility with a large range of RTK and DGPS products allows it to work with existing and new equipment such as Leica's mojo3D equipped with mojoXact or the Leica mojoRTK console.

The equipment features intuitive user interfaces and a simple menu structure.

Leica's new GeoAce RTK base station provides access to the company's Virtual Wrench remote service, support and diagnostic tool.

The survey-quality system was created for farming and ranching and supports the open format RTCM 3.x standard, which is compatible with Leica Geosystems products and third-party farming equipment. Additionally, it supports the closed format CMR and the Leica mojo1 for early generation Leica Geosystems products.

For more information on the new system, visit www.agguidance.com.

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