Topcon Precision Agriculture of Livermore, Calif., has introduced an autosteering system that incorporates G3 technology, the same high-speed signals that the Apple iPhone uses to access the Internet.

The System 150 features simple on-screen setup and operation plus an automatic coverage map, according to a news release.

It also features boundary mapping that allows users to create outlines of fields.

With the optional Automatic Section Control, System 150 can automatically control up to 10 sprayer sections as the operator crosses previously applied areas.

For users seeking a lower-end option, Topcon introduced the System 110, a rugged lightbar guidance system. The stand-alone system features on-screen coverage mapping, a detachable lightbar and optional 10-section automatic section control.

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