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Driving modes.

We have the answer – whichever driving strategy you choose. The GPS PILOT / GPS PILOT FLEX driving modes.

  • A-B mode.

    The first pass is defined by setting the points A and B. All other passes are made at a constant distance (corresponding to the set working width) from the first pass. This means that the field can be divided into blocks and worked through block by block.

  • Contour mode.

    The contour guidance function is normally used for headland turning or for tracking slightly curved field boundaries.

  • A-B contour mode.

    The A-B contour mode can be used, for example, to log a reference line on a slightly curved field boundary. The other passes are calculated by parallel shifting of the reference line as defined by the set working width. This means the field can be divided into blocks and worked in any sequence.

  • Adaptive A-B contour mode.

    The adaptive A-B contour function makes it possible to bypass obstacles by recording a new section. This section is inserted into the existing A-B contour and is available for the rest of the field. The end of an existing track can also be extended by adding another section.

  • A+ angle mode (reference track transfer).

    This driving mode allows adjustment of the track when several machines are working in parallel. After the A point has been set, the B point is determined by the angle information for another machine and the reference track is aligned accordingly.

  • Circle mode.

    The circular tracking mode is used for working in a circular pattern. You can set the first circular track and then work either side of it. All other passes are made at a constant distance (corresponding to the set working width) from the first track.