TrueTracker Implement Steering System

Do you know where your implement is?

TrueTracker Implement Steering- don’t stop at steering your tractor.



Auto guidance controls your tractor, but not necessarily the implement you are pulling behind.

  • Implement drift is a reality, even on small implements—controlling this drift enables true precision in your application.
  • The Trimble® TrueTracker™ implement steering system keeps hitch mounted and drawn implements on the same repeatable path as the tractor controlled by a Trimble Autopilot™ automated steering system.
  • With a dedicated GNSS receiver from the FmX® integrated display and its own T3™ terrain compensation, the TrueTracker system accurately calculates the implement position on hillsides, curved patterns, and variable field conditions so true repeatability is a reality across your entire farm.
  • The system works on any implement that has steerable controls built into the implement’s design, as well as those that don’t by adding aftermarket steering additions, such as the Orthman Tracker IV or the Sunco AcuraTrak.



Additional Advanatages

  • Individual roll correction for the vehicle and the implement: results in a more accurate position for the vehicle and for the implement.
  • Now +/- 1 inch (+/- 2.5 cm) RTK accuracy for all field applications and all terrain is a reality.
  • One in-cab display: seamlessly manages the system—no need to clutter the cab with multiple displays and external receivers.
  • Separate calibration and trim adjustments: allows the implement to be adjusted independently of the tractor for greater control across all applications.
  • The ability to work in reverse: significantly improves the performance and maneuverability of large implements such as potato planters.
  • Multiple guidance patterns: such as straight, curves and center pivots work with the TrueTracker system to deliver unmatched repeatability.
  • Individual steering control for the vehicle and implement: the TrueTracker system drives the implement as if it were a second vehicle so both the tractor and the implement can correct their position in the field independently.