Standardising work management on tractors, harvesters, and other self-propelled machines, the Parker Hannifin ISObus Task Controller (TC) functions as a link between FMIS (Farm Management Information System) software and implement controls on the vehicle.

Issuing accurate documentation of completed work and other relevant data, major benefits for users are increased precision and reduced costs and time.

The Finnish company says the easy-to-use interface is able to gather geo-referenced data using GPS. This makes it possible to plan location-based tasks by means of variable-rate prescription maps. Section control is also possible.

Parker says its ISObus software, including apps for UT and TC, together with the Pro Display HMI, is ideal for machines operating ISObus-compatible implements.

The company’s suite of ISObus software also includes an app for the ISObus Universal Terminal (UT), a user interface for ISObus-compatible implementations, and a file server for the ISObus network to facilitate easy data transfer.

Loaded with ISObus suite apps (available for 10-inch and 12-inch screen sizes), the Parker Pro Display HMI unit represents a single terminal solution for operating different implements that comply with the ISO11783 ISObus standard.