CCI terminal passes ISOBUS test

First ISOBUS machine control worldwide to have an AEF certificate

The CCI terminal has been certified by the Agricultural Industry Electronics Foundation (AEF). The certificate also refers to the Universal Terminal (UT), an ISOBUS functionality. This means that it is possible to use a terminal to control several devices.

“We are particularly proud to be the first manufacturer worldwide to receive the certification for the ISOBUS machine control”, says Timur Dzinaj, manager of the Competence Center ISOBUS e.V. (Osnabrück, Germany). According to Dzinaj, this emphasises impressively the ISOBUS expertise of the CCI member companies and is the result of a cooperation between several manufacturers.

The CCI terminal provides proven compatibility with other certified devices. The tested functionalities can be viewed at the AEF ISOBUS database under www.aef-isobus-database.org. Here, distributors, farmers and agricultural contractors find compatibility information by clicking on combinations of tractors, terminals and devices.

The Competence Center ISOBUS e.V. (CCI) is an association with its registered office in Osnabrück, Germany, and which was founded in 2009 by the companies Amazone, Grimme, Krone, Kuhn, Lemken and Rauch. The CCI and its members work jointly on innovative agricultural electronics. Apart from the development of ISOBUS terminals and software, the focus is on the cooperation regarding the establishment and further development of the ISOBUS standard. ISOBUS standardizes the communication between tractors and attachment equipment in addition to the data transfer between mobile terminals and the agricultural office software. To date, further members including Pöttinger, Bergmann, Anedo, Eckelmann, Jetter, Hochschule Osnabrück, Bednar, Peeters Landbouwmachines, Walterscheid, Ropa, Zunhammer, Dinamica Generale and PC-Agrar have also joined the association.

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