ParaDyme - Dual Antenna System Software
Connecting you to the entire world of precision ag. The ParaDyme dual antenna system provides GPS accuracy using corrections via WAAS, EGNOS, OmniSTAR HP/XP, and RTK, plus, it is GLONASS-ready. It provides RTK accuracy and repeatability, and the rapid line acquisition you have come to expect, without the need for a wheel-angle sensor.
Simple and user friendly.
Factory-activated wireless communications makes it extremely user friendly. No hassles dealing with 3rd party carriers, external cables, monthly billing or contracts from a cell service. A direct wireless link to your servicing dealer offers real-time remote service and diagnostics.
- GPS Steering – 10cm to RTK and CORS
- Remote real-time service
- Choose from electric or hydraulic steering
- 2-way wireless communications
- Application control (Including Variable Rate Technology)
When you request help through the INTEGRA or VERSA display, your dealer receives both an email and a text message alerting them to a service request. They can access ParaDyme remotely to diagnose the problem in real time while you’re still in the cab, still in the field.
Logic 7D Technology
ParaDyme’s dual antenna featuring Logic 7D technology accurately measures vehicle pitch, roll and yaw, guaranteeing accuracy and repeatability even in uneven field conditions.
The INTEGRA and VERSA displays’ built-in support and auto-calibration make setup quick and easy – even when moving the ParaDyme to another vehicle.
Advanced Guidance Patterns
Supports the most common and advanced guidance patterns, including SmartPath (see page 8 for guidance patterns supported).
Multiple GPS Correction Signals
Supports WAAS/EGNOS, OmniStar XP/HP and RTK for rover. The ParaDyme also supports the GLONASS Satellites.
Easily transfer the ParaDyme antenna to other vehicles. No tools required.
Built-in Cell Modem
Access CORS and other RTK networks easily. Data plans for RTK network access are available directly from Ag Leader.
Flex mode provides a differential correction solution to maintain steering by transitioning to a lower accuracy mode when the higher accuracy mode is lost. In addition, if the system is actively steering when the better GPS position is restored, the system will gradually shift to the higher accuracy mode.