Don't know if would make a difference ...only noticed from pic's you must not have rigid attached selected ?Hello,
yesterday I sprayed wheat. It worked really fine, the software, the section control and the sprayer. In our small fields with lots of triangle the system does a great job. My 70 year old dad came with me to see it working and now he wants to have it for his narrow Fendt and the vineyard sprayer…
I think I found a bug in AOG:
I’m using a small tractor for spraying and a 15m rigid sprayer. I do 15m headland first, so the sprayer knows when to stop.
When I’m driving from the headland into the line, the outer 2 sections go backwards, as the tractor could almost turn on a dime. At the begin of the turn these sections are close to the unapplied middle of the field. Now I turn and the start moving fast away (backwards) from the field but AOG turns them on. I think AOG thinks they are moving fast towards the unapplied and switch them on. I set 0,8 seconds look ahead. The problem might be that AOG doesn’t see the direction, the sections move, it only calculates distance to unapplied and speed and if it is smaller than look ahead time, turns them on.
I added some pics. The screenshoot are made with the simulator using the field from yesterday, so the vehicle is not at the exact wright position... . It should be a sequence, showing me driving a line out into headland and into the next line. The order is mixed up while uploading.. The one with the text explanations is the last.
Have a good Sunday
http://www.thecombineforum.com/forums/31-technology/296233-diy-autosteer-agopengps-91.htmlI bought a ublox 6m module with antenna and i connected it to my laptop i opened ag open gps and tried to connect the reciever but when
i click connect nothing happens
Really like your wiki, Andreas, it's much needed documentation for where the project sits currently.http://www.thecombineforum.com/forums/31-technology/296233-diy-autosteer-agopengps-91.html
Read through the threads at this side.
you need ublox driver, setup in ucenter and choose the right com port.
some infos are also in agopengps.gh-ortner.com
Bonjour Michel et bienvenue. You can find a lot of information as far as where to locate parts on Andreas' wiki http://www.gh-ortner.com/agopengps/doku.php. Perhaps there are a few other French speakers who could help you out on this form. I think that it would be safe to say that most people have just searched for the parts online and picked whichever vendor is most economical for their country. What country do you live in?Yes I start the systhem but i don't know very well where find parts or how i can make it without problem