Bigger, stronger, wider - that's the farming technology of the past. Today, a new kind of technology provides a completely different way to work: Machines that no longer need people. Machines that decide by themselves when it's necessary to do something. Machines that we can charge with electricity from the roofs of our barns or stables. What we are currently experiencing is the transition from industrial to smart farming. And this is characterized by far less use of resources, greater sustainability, and networked energy systems.

However, this small, lightweight and smart technology only works if the farming machinery is manufactured according to the most stringent quality standards. All major components such as engines, transmissions and hydraulics are functionally relevant parts and are tested to the most demanding specifications, especially when it comes to measuring the coating thickness. And this is where the OptiSense testing systems come in.

All rely on OptiSense