Join Date: Aug 2018
Location: Central Pennsylvania, United States
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Evening everyone. I've spent the past couple days mapping many of my fields using both Emlid's survey tool and a John Deere system (2630 display). I'm using the emlid data in AOG (importing via kml) and everything went super smooth which was great but I did have a question and two suggestions to report. I have not made boundaries in a while. When I imported my first kml file, a blue polygon, a red polygon and a green polygon all show up. I looked through the forum but can someone describe that they are? From the simulator I am guessing that blue is the outside boundary, red is headlands (?) and green has to do with U-Turn(?).
As for the suggestions. I am dealing with a lot of square fields with sharp, 90 degree angles. When using the John Deere system to make my boundary I was able to hit the pause/record button once to start recording, then without moving, hit it again to pause recording, drive to my next corner and repeat for all corners. By hitting the record/pause button twice I was essentially recording the lat/long for that corner. I then tried to do the same with AOG but it appears that once I hit record button I need to move forward for AOG to begin recording. Is there a way that I can park on the corner of the field hit the record/pause button twice to log that corner, then go to the other corners and repeat in order to make my polygon?
Other suggestion is more of an appearance note but it looks like if I set the units to imperial then my ac/hr in the lower left corner has a "hard return" between the number and the text "ac/hr". Not sure if it just my screens (appears on two different surface computers) or something on the gui side.