Leica Geosystems adds A-B line storage as standard to mojoRTK platform

The new No Drift™ mojoRTK auto-steer system by Leica Geosystems has become even easier to use. Now the only RTK system on the market with remote support through Virtual Wrench™ comes with A-B line storage fitted as standard.

Up to 20 waylines can now be stored on the mojoRTK console, eliminating the need for users to continually re-set their first A-B line when working in multiple fields. This gives customers year-on-year repeatability across their farm, all at the touch of a button and at no extra cost.

When an A-B line is programmed into the mojoRTK console, the screen will display a prompt with an option to store the wayline for future use. The user can then select a slot (numbered from one to 20) to save the wayline to, making recall quick and easy.

“Wayline storage allows users to save and recall up to 20 A-B lines and associated base station locations,” said Tony Witney, Australian service and support manager for Leica Geosystems Agriculture. “The stored waylines can also be transferred between mojoRTK consoles and backed up using a USB drive.”

Giving customers the choice to store A-B waylines makes sense,” said Glenn Clark, Agricultural business manager for Australia and New Zealand. “The new feature is easy to use and completely free of charge to new and existing customers.

“Not only does it make life easier for the end user, but more importantly it means increased repeatability from year to year – leading to more accurate operations and better returns.”

Existing customers wishing to access this free upgrade can obtain an unlock code direct from Leica Geosystems or from their local reseller. The software can then be downloaded onto the mojoRTK console remotely using Virtual Wrench™, or manually with a USB drive.

Leica Geosystems – when it has to be right

Leica Geosystems’ agriculture applications build on the company’s experience in its growing GPS and machine automation business, which already benefits the survey, construction and mining industries worldwide. The worldwide headquarters for Leica Geosystems’ agricultural business unit is in Brisbane, Australia. Our Brisbane based team of product engineers is responsible for global research and development for the mojoRTK platform.

Those who use Leica Geosystems products every day trust them for their dependability, the value they deliver, and the superior customer support. Based in Heerbrugg, Switzerland, Leica Geosystems is a global company with tens of thousands of customers supported by more than 3,500 employees in 28 countries and hundreds of partners located in more than 120 countries around the world. Leica Geosystems is part of the Hexagon Group, Sweden.



For more information please contact:

Gina Cherry

Marketing Communications Coordinator

Leica Geosystems

270 Gladstone Road

Dutton Park

QLD 4102

T: 07 3117 8941

E: [email protected]

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