Bosch Nevonex: A SPRING CLEAN?

Electronics in farm machinery have grown like Topsy; fast and without an obvious creator. Predictably, the result is a real mix of systems, some of which talk to each other and some that don’t. So the mighty Bosch – whose products already form the core of many farming control systems – has set its mind to sorting things out. Not on its own, but together with academics and market players like Amazone, Lemken, Rauch and Topcon. The result is Nevonex.

The concept borrows from the personal computing and smartphone world, where one

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