That the machine takes steps away from you, e.g. by automatically turning the tractor, does that help you? Does it save time?
We've been using this for two, three years. But for me it's more a technical gimmick... But that's still interesting, what the Fendt can do. What actually saves us time is the digital order creation. The driver only has to drive out onto the beat, confirm the green tick twice and he can start. He doesn't have to laboriously choose the machine, track width, etc. That's all there.
The high level of comfort of the Fendt tugs is well known to all, which my team also appreciates very clearly. It's easier to find better people if you have good machines.
For me, the next step in completely autonomous farm management is exciting. Let's see how it goes on, also in terms of real time savings.
Thank you, Thorsten Schmidt!