Hexagon to showcase latest innovative solutions at Agrishow 2019

Florianópolis, Brazil (February 12, 2019) - From cultivation planning to harvesting logistics, Hexagon is bringing products that synchronise all agricultural processes to Agrishow 2019.

Hexagon will showcase how synchronisation of all processes in agriculture can reduce costs and increase productivity in the field. The company has developed a platform of digital solutions that optimise end-to-end agricultural activities from cultivation planning to harvesting transportation. This fair, the largest Brazilian showcase of agricultural technologies, takes place from 29 April to 3 May in Ribeirão Preto (SP).

"We still see a lot of fragmentation in the application of technologies in the field, negatively reflecting the performance of the agricultural industry,” said Bernardo de Castro, president of Hexagon's Agriculture division. “At Hexagon, we believe that integrating solutions is the biggest challenge for agribusiness and we have developed HxGN AgrOn, a complete platform capable of talking to existing systems."

At the Hexagon booth, agricultural and forestry managers will be able to check out the AgrOn Cultivation and AgrOn Harvesting portfolios with Planning & Optimisation, Monitoring & Operations Management and Machine Automation solutions. The products make it possible to connect, synchronise and optimise all cultivation, harvest and transportation processes for sugarcane, forestry and grain businesses.

Machine and implement manufacturers will have the opportunity to experience the AgrOn Ti5 and Ti7 displays and the AgrOn Core Box onboard controller. Integrated with farm machinery, these solutions capture vital data to monitor and manage cultivation, harvesting and logistics processes. The AgrOn Monitoring & Operation Management and AgrOn Remote Access solutions will also be on display – which provide real operation control and technical assistance and remote calibration systems, respectively.

Distributors and rural producers will be able to see and test Machine Automation solution products, including AgrOn Auto Steering, AgrOn Fertilisation Control and AgrOn Sprayer Control. All feature built-in sensors and state-of-the-art actuators, essential technologies to optimise operations that result in economy and cost savings.

Integrated solution - The HxGN AgrOn platform is divided into AgrOn Cultivation, AgrOn Harvesting and AgrOn OEM. Each of these portfolios integrates product-based solutions that adapt to the customer's demands. Control is the key word. All systems support managers in the agricultural and forestry sectors to ensure that all processes are run in a way that maximises efficiency at the lowest cost.

Hexagon serves the international market, including much of Europe and South Africa. In Brazil, the company has offices in Ribeirão Preto and Florianópolis. There is also a factory in the capital of Santa Catarina, where they produce displays for the entire world. In Europe, the office is based in Madrid, Spain and in Atlanta, United States.

About Hexagon

Hexagon is a global leader in digital solutions that create Autonomous Connected Ecosystems (ACE), a state where data is connected seamlessly through the convergence of the physical world with the digital, and intelligence is built-in to all processes.

Hexagon’s Agriculture division brings the smart digital reality to the industry. Its solutions provide the complete view of the operations, optimising processes, maximising resources and increasing profits. Our technologies convert data into intelligent information that enables smart planning, efficient execution, precise machine controls and automated workflows that optimise operations and increase profits. Our innovations are fuelled by a team of passionate people with deep domain knowledge of the industry. Learn more at hexagonagriculture.com or follow @HexAgriculture.

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