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Trimble to Showcase its Latest Agriculture Solutions at FIMA

Additional Display Options and New Functionality of its Connected Farm Platform to be Focus at Trade Show

SUNNYVALE, Calif., Feb. 10, 2016—Trimble (NASDAQ: TRMB) will be showcasing its latest agriculture solutions at FIMA in Zaragoza, Spain, February 16 - 20, 2016. Trimble—which provides precision agriculture solutions to farmers worldwide including total farm management with its Connected Farm™ solution—will be located in Hall 4 Stand 011-013.

Latest TMX-2050 Display Functionality

Trimble will be showcasing the latest functionality of its Android™-based TMX-2050™ display including:

  • New third-party apps, which provide functionality ranging from fertilizer calibration charts to nutrient deficiency identification. The apps are now available for download from the App Central marketplace on the display and provide farmers with access to specialized mobile tools, which address regional farming needs and simplify farm management. 
  • Innovative NextSwath™ end-of-row turn technology, which is a feature of the Autopilot™ automated steering system. Available on the TMX-2050 display, NextSwath automatically calculates and executes the best possible path to turn the farm vehicle around and approach the next crop row with the implement precisely aligned to begin working. The technology reduces towed implement undershooting or overshooting, and minimizes skips and overlaps when lining up for the next row. As a result, it enables growers to save on fuel costs, reduce crop damage and compaction, and increase yield.
  • Improved ISOBUS communication in the TMX-2050 display, which provides easier implement setup.
More Options with TMX-2050 and CFX-750 Displays

Trimble also has introduced more flexibility and options for both the TMX-2050 and CFX-750 displays to provide farmers—with varying precision agriculture needs, price points and farm size—a display solution that best fits their requirements. With the TMX-2050 display, customers have the option to purchase the current version that includes both the Precision-IQ™ and FmX® Plus applications, or a new version that focuses on Precision-IQ. The FmX Plus application leverages the same familiar workflows and menus of the Trimble FmX integrated display, while taking advantage of the latest advancements in hardware, processing speed and field connectivity of the TMX-2050 display. Precision-IQ provides a graphics-rich and intuitive workflow in an application specialized for auto-guidance and standardized protocols including ISOBUS.

In addition to the current version of the CFX-750 display, which includes auto-guidance capabilities and application control, Trimble has also launched a CFX-750 Lite display version. CFX-750 Lite provides a simplified set up and price point that make it easier for new users to adopt precision farming technology, and is upgradeable to allow the user to access higher functionality such as auto-guidance and application control.

Irrigate-IQ Optimal Flow

The Irrigate-IQ optimal flow solution is an industry-first technology that enables growers without a center-pivot equipped with a variable frequency drive irrigation pump to focus their irrigation efforts onto areas of their fields that produce the best return on investment. Irrigate-IQ optimal flow enables growers who have standard irrigation pump equipment to incorporate no spray areas within their irrigation plan, while keeping the pressure regulated across the entire pivot. By utilizing no spray areas, growers concentrate their irrigation efforts in portions of their field that are highest producing, which can lead to maximized yield. This is especially valuable in regions with water restrictions or limited water resources.

Connected Farm File Transfer APIs

FIMA attendees can stop by the Trimble stand to learn about new third-party platforms that now integrate with the Connected Farm solution. By integrating platforms, data replication is eliminated and farmers can receive easier access to field data, leading to time savings and increased efficiency.

Autopilot Motor Drive

In addition, Autopilot Motor Drive will be on display at the Trimble booth. Autopilot Motor Drive is a new electric option available with the Autopilot automated steering system that enables the steering system to tie into a compact electric motor instead of the vehicle's hydraulics. As a result, Autopilot Motor Drive enables simpler installation since no integration with the vehicle's hydraulics is required, and it is easy to transfer between vehicles.

"FIMA provides Trimble with a unique opportunity to talk with Spanish farmers one on one," said Markus Meyer, sales director of EMEA for Trimble's Agriculture Division. "Based on their farm and region's specific needs and challenges, we are able to show farmers how Trimble solutions can streamline processes, save on inputs and enable them to make better decisions based on real-time data."

To learn more, visit the Trimble stand at FIMA in Hall 4 Stand 011-013 or learn more online at:

About Trimble's Agriculture Division

Trimble Agriculture solutions enable customers to maximize efficiency and reduce chemical and fertilizer inputs while also protecting natural resources and the environment. Trimble's precision agriculture solutions cover all seasons, crops, terrains, and farm sizes, and its brand-agnostic strategy allows farmers to use Trimble products on most vehicles in their fleet—regardless of manufacturer. To enable better decision making, Trimble offers the Connected Farm solution, which allows farmers to collect, share, and manage information across their farm in real time. To optimize use, Trimble provides water solutions for irrigation, drainage, and land leveling. Trimble's product suite includes vehicle and implement guidance and steering, as well as a portfolio of correction options that are the most versatile of their kind in the industry. Additional solutions include an unmanned aircraft system (UAS) for aerial imaging and mapping; agri-services; application control for seed, liquid, and granular products; a harvest solution; and farm management software.

For more information on Trimble Agriculture, visit:

About Trimble

Trimble applies technology to make field and mobile workers in businesses and government significantly more productive. Solutions are focused on applications requiring position or location—including surveying, construction, agriculture, fleet and asset management, public safety and mapping. In addition to utilizing positioning technologies, such as GPS, lasers and optics, Trimble solutions may include software content specific to the needs of the user. Wireless technologies are utilized to deliver the solution to the user and to ensure a tight coupling of the field and the back office. Founded in 1978, Trimble is headquartered in Sunnyvale, Calif.

Media Contact:   LeaAnn McNabb of Trimble: 408-481-7808

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