One and Done.
Leave a finished grade the first time, every time
Eliminate masts and cables traditionally located on the blade for maximum range of motion needed for steep slopes and complex designs. Now you can decrease risk of damage to the machine, keep valuable antennas safer and reduce the time needed to remove and reinstall them each day.
||Single GNSS||Measures the position and slope of the blade and compares that to design data for fine grading on complex design surfaces|
|Dual GNSS||Measures the exact position, cross slope and heading of the blade for fine grading on steep slopes and complex design surfaces|
|Universal Total Station (UTS)||Total station based system for extreme accuracy for lift and layer control, material monitoring, or where GNSS is not the ideal solution because of overhead obstructions|
||Cross-slope Only||Cross-slope control system to be used on motor graders for fine grading work for road maintenance, ditches and slope work|
|Single Elevation Plus Cross-slope||Single control system uses a laser or sonic receiver to control the lift of the machine blade and the cross-slope for flat, slopework, and finished grading|
|Dual Elevation||Dual control system that uses a laser receiver and a sonic tracer for higher accuracy lift control. Blade edge can be controlled independently or linked|