Farmers need agricultural machines that deliver reliable, high productivity for every season. Whether preparing and fertilizing the soil or harvesting and transporting crops, the goal is high-yield production of clean, undamaged crops. Hydraulic solutions from Danfoss ensure world-class machine performance at each critical time of the year. Additionally, it ensures comfortable, stress-free working environment for operators.
Get field work done efficiently, precisely and reliably
Windows of opportunity are short in the farming business. So, farmers depend on resilient machines to get field work done efficiently, precisely and reliably. This with all the safety and comfort that operators expect when driving on and off-highway.
At Danfoss, we don’t look at machine functions in isolation. We work with you to identify the best solution for your entire vehicle. Not to mention the lowest total cost of ownership for the farmers and contractors that buy them.
Designing machine work functions to a particular task is made easy by the modular valves in our broad PVG range. For a safe, smooth drive with precision control, Danfoss GPS steering and H1 transmission systems will keep you on track. Our fan drives provide the intelligent, energy-efficient cooling you need for maximum machine uptime.
Smart PLUS+1® controls supported by sensors tie the whole machine system seamlessly together. In addition, automating and synchronizing key functions for farmers with no time for second-best solutions.
2020 Agricultural Equipment Technology Conference10 - 12 February, 2020, Conference, Hyatt Regency, Louisville, Kentucky
Wyatt Hall is presenting at the technical session #7 Hydraulics 101 (part 2) – Fluid Conveyance and Control in Hydraulic Systems.
This session will focus on the basics of hydraulic tubing and hydraulic hose construction, including a discussion on the various end conditions that are available for these assemblies.
4th International VDI Conference - Smart Farming3 - 4 March, 2020, Conference, Düsseldorf, Germany
Autonomous Tractors – A short term Reality?
Farmers willingness to adapt self-driving tractors
- Cost reduction potential for various farm sizes
- Identified technology gaps for self-driving tractors
- Sensor fusion technology to support autonomous tractors
Dr. Elza Marisa Paiva de Figueiredo, Autonomous System Manager, Dr. Thomas Langer, Market Development Manager, both: Danfoss Power Solutions, Denmark