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AGCO will use Apex.OS software for Fendt Xaver self-propelled agricultural machines

AGCO will use Apex.OS software for Fendt Xaver self-propelled agricultural machines

Apex.AI announced that AGCO is expanding the capabilities of its Fendt Xaver concept vehicle. AGCO will incorporate the Apex.OS software development kit or SDK into its autonomous agricultural robot. “We are leveraging our success in the automotive and autonomous driving industry and applying it to areas with similar functional safety needs such as agriculture, manufacturing, […]Read More

Ransomware attacks agricultural machinery giant AGCO

Ransomware attacks agricultural machinery giant AGCO

Rival John Deere says it could be days or “potentially longer” before some production facilities are up and running again. US farm machinery maker AGCO has become the latest major organisation to fall victim to a ransomware attack that it says is affecting some of its production facilities around the world. The move could make […]Read More

AGA Parts Co. offers reliable spare parts for heavy machinery produced by 90 international manufacturers

AGA Parts Co. offers reliable spare parts for heavy machinery produced by 90 international manufacturers

AGA Parts (Brooklyn, NY) supplies genuine and aftermarket spare parts for special-purpose machinery produced by leading manufacturers: Caterpillar, Cummins, Komatsu, Hitachi, CNH, Atlas Copco, John Deere, Volvo, Sandvik, and JCB. AGA Parts offers an online catalog featuring extensive part number lists. Its auto-search system based on part numbers enables instant search of specific parts for […]Read More

India fears more container shortages as new Covid lockdowns hit Chinese ports

India fears more container shortages as new Covid lockdowns hit Chinese ports

Container lines trading on Indian markets have been working urgently to bolster empty equipment levels, but are now becoming concerned about the impact of sailing disruptions fuelled by fresh Covid lockdowns in China. Most empties returning to India have historically arrived on intra-Asia trade routes, with China-origin containers leading that play, but Indian executives at major […]Read More

Solis Yanmar launches its Globally Acclaimed YM3 Series Tractors in India, Powered by Un-paralleled Japanese Engine Technology and Unique Features

Solis Yanmar launches its Globally Acclaimed YM3 Series Tractors in India, Powered by Un-paralleled Japanese Engine Technology and Unique Features

The heavy machinery industry in India is growing at a rapid rate. Valued at USD 1,71,667.0 million in 2019, it is expected to reach USD 2,40,496.0 million by 2027. This growth is a direct result of government support and the initiative of companies to take India to the global market. The Indian government in particular […]Read More

Diverted farm machinery returns to the farmers of Western Australia

Diverted farm machinery returns to the farmers of Western Australia

TRUCK convoys plying around the clock to and from the state border in Melbourne and Adelaide are expected to deliver the diverted farm equipment back to Western Australian dealerships within the next two weeks. The first of 53 combine harvesters, 44 tractors and other farm equipment, including new cutter front parts, diverted to five ships […]Read More

THE BIGGEST EXCAVATORS IN THE WORLD

THE BIGGEST EXCAVATORS IN THE WORLD

The unbelievable size of these fantastic machines is beyond imagination. The largest excavators in the world are produced by German company Krupp.Read More

Automated harvester can look to the future

Automated harvester can look to the future

advanced.farm has recently developed an automated harvester that can identify and harvest strawberries using a system of lasers, computers and robotics.Read More

Excavator sales in China up 85% in the first quarter of 2021

Excavator sales in China up 85% in the first quarter of 2021

Excavator sales of 26 leading Chinese manufacturers increased to 126,941 units in the first quarter of 2021, an increase of 85% compared with the previous yearRead More

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