Further development of the AEF ISOBUS Database
Which implement can be operated with the tractor’s ISOBUS terminal? Which functionalities are supported by the combination of vehicles? Can the farmer continue to use his existing terminal when buying a new tractor? And what about the joystick? Answers to these questions can be obtained from the AEF ISOBUS Database which has been further developed. Access to the database is available for manufacturers, dealers and the public.
AEF Compatibility Check – Improved User Interface and even more information
The AEF ISOBUS Database allows users to learn about ISOBUS functionalities supported by both the single product and several selected products. This gives the user an overview of which functionalities are available for the selected combination. A new, more attractive and cleaner look has been given to the graphical interface, but in addition, even more detailed information is available to the user as required. With a sprayer, for example, the database shows whether it supports part-width section control and how many nozzles are available. On a tractor with a certified job computer (TECU), the user receives information, for example, on speed and PTO shaft speed.
Dealer registration and AEF ticket system
The dealer registration is also new. Now dealers will be able to register and log into the AEF ISOBUS Database themselves. This enables them to check which ISOBUS functionalities are supported on the products that they are working with. When registering, the dealer also selects the manufacturer brands he cooperates with. After confirmation by the manufacturer(s), he can contact the manufacturer with a service ticket if he has questions about the compatibility of ISOBUS products or problems in the field. He can also download the AEF ISOBUS CheckTool free of charge. This diagnostic tool collects information from all electronic control units on the ISOBUS, including ECU manufacturer name, product name and version numbers of software and hardware.
More information available
To support users how to work with the AEF ISOBUS Database user guides are created and will be available via the AEF ISOBUS Database soon. In addition, a presentation with a summary of all improvements is available via the AEF Office.