AgTech Directory

AgroCAD

AgroCAD is the most powerful desktop software for paddock operations planning and auto steering machinery configuration. AgroCAD quickly analyses the terrain profile of paddocks and highlights the best possible AB line alternatives. This enables you to elect the best scenario in terms of average row length, minimum number of machinery turns and maximum slope variation. AgroCAD also gives you the opportunity to explore critical terrain features for tillage and harvesting on complex paddocks, such as contour lines, embankments, terraces and drainage channels. Adaptive curve strategy ensures more crop rows being planned on the same paddock, while minimising erosion, overlapping and crop trampling risks. Every tractor and combine harvester has its own capabilities and limitations. AgroCAD acknowledges that by accepting machinery specification inputs, such as vehicle axle widths and maximum supported turning and slope angles. Thorough validation tools ensure the resulting adaptive curves will be suitable to your equipment. AgroCAD exports guidance configuration to all mainstream auto steering systems: John Deere, Case IH, Trimble, Topcon, New Holland, Massey Ferguson, Valtra.


  • Focus areas
  • Pricing model

    AgroCAD is offered with flexible subscription plans: 1 month, 1 year and 3 years. Each subscription plan includes unrestricted access to all AgroCAD features. AgroCAD uses a floating license model. That allows for one simultaneous activation of each subscription on any computer where the software is installed.

  • Installation process

    AgroCAD is a desktop software and can be installed by the client. It requires AutoCAD Civil 3D and Windows 10 Pro, Windows 8 Pro or Windows 7 Pro (64 bits).

  • Ongoing maintenance required and support provided in Australia

    Customer support and training are provided in Australia and New Zealand.

  • Units deployed commercially
    Several
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  • Data privacy and security policy

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