The company satconsystem is one of the pioneers of agricultural GPS use. In 1993 the farmer and instructor Georg Dürrstein started to work on practical use of the GPS in farming, beginning with surveying fields to apply for compensation payment according to the laws for of the European Union. Initiated by Prof. Auenhammer, during a workshop about surveying in Biberach in 1994, Georg Dürrstein presented a working measurement system, fully based on GPS. Step by step, during the mid-90’s, the other branches of precision farming like yield measurement in combiners, variable rate fertilizing and sensor technics were added to the company’s repertoire. In 1997 satconsystem was the first company world wide to present live a GPS-controlled fertilizer spreader for sub-area related fertilizer application. In 1996 satconsystem was certified for land mine detection at the Jefferson proofing ground of the U.S. Army in the `Paper of Common GPS`.
We develop Hard and Software for Smart- and Precision Farming.
Developments content Navigation systems like Auto steer for l propelled vehicles and implements.
All developments are focused to give Farmers around the world techniques in his hands to farm more precise, produce better crops, save costs and protect the environments as saving water etc.!
May we introduce our team?
- We do work only with highest qualified partners! Although our Hardware and Software comes only from World leading GPS companies like Avmap, John Deere, Hemisphere, Novariant, EDE-Fenn etc.
- We are specialists to put top Hardware parts e.g GPS, Display and steering in to new combinations, which turns advantages from each manufacture in to a better “all in one” system! Over 20 years success does tell us, that we are on the right track, to give our customers better products with better value!
- The software developers are highly professionals and do write always market advanced codes!
- Last but not least we would like to introduce our top team member Anton!
- He likes to watch, like a little boy, hours long videos on PC screen with moving tractors!