SBG manufactures advanced GPS steering systems for many different applications in agriculture. SBG was founded in the Netherlands in order to produce GPS systems that meet the high expectations of progressive Dutch farmers. A team of specialists, mostly with an agricultural background, are working on the development, production and service of the GPS systems. Staying in close contact with demanding users and intensive analysis of field tests are essential to constantly improve and expand the capabilities of our systems. Ease of use and reliability are key.
SBG Precision Farming was established in 2003 by the name of SBG Innovatie. Since then the company has proven itself on the Dutch and European market of precision farming and gained a permanent place.
SBG Precision Farming is active in the development and sale of precision RTK GPS systems for agricultural applications. The development includes the design, testing and developing products from SBG Precision Farming upon demand of the market and users. The development of software, electronics and mechanical parts in-house, instead. SBG Precision Farming also has its own production and assembly.
- 2003 - Establishment SBG Innovatie by E. Schenk, R. Van Bruggen and G. Guns.
- 2005 - Introduction auto steer SBGuidance Auto, Side-Shift and Vario Plough
- 2007 - Introduction TWIN Guidance (tractor and implement) and disk (Coulter) Guidance
- 2008 - Establishment Navtronics (B) Geel
- 2009 - Introduction Geostar 200 terminal
- 2012 - Introduction DynamIQ module and advanced steering
SBG Precision Farming is one of the largest players in the Dutch market for precision agriculture. SBG Precision Farming aims to broaden its product marketing and is therefore actively engaged in different countries a sales and distribution network. As example the fruitful cooperation in Belgium Hilaere van der Haeghe NV. and Agri2.0 in Eastern Europe. Currently the SBGuidance products exported to different countries in Europe and Russia.
For sales and aftercare works closely with local dealers and importers.