PALMERSTON NORTH – (25TH April 2019) – The jury panel of the ‘Machine of the Year 2019’ award bestowed the coveted title to the New Holland IntelliSense technology on its CR Revelation combine range in the Combine category and the its T5 Auto Command range in the Medium Tractor category at the SIMA show 2019.
The jury panel of this prestigious award is comprised of journalists representing leading European agricultural publications in partnership of DLV. Established in 1997, this award was given every two years at the Agritechnica show in Germany. Since 2015, it is awarded in France at the SIMA exhibition as well.
“These awards recognise New Holland’s approach to innovative technology, which consistently delivers solutions that improve farmers’ efficiency, as well as helping operators work more productively, safely and comfortably,” said Carlo Lambro Brand President of New Holland Agriculture. “They are testament to the expertise and grounded approach to innovation of New Holland’s team in Modena, Zedelgem and Jesi.”
The IntelliSense system takes automation to a new level and introduces a host of improvements that further consolidate the supremacy of the world’s highest capacity combine. The pro-active and automatic combine setting system delivers significant advantages to the customers’ productivity – increased daily output, reduced grain loss and improved grain quality – and for the operator – fewer decisions to take, better comfort and driver confidence, less fatigue and a simple user interface.
The T5 Auto Command offers best-in-class in-cab space and ultimate comfort, resulting in premium driving pleasure combined with industry leading performance and power ratings. The multi-award-winning Auto Command continuously variable transmission delivers the versatile T5’s all-round performance in those jobs where exact speeds are critical, making these tractors ideal for loader work. These tractors have the ideal features for increased versatility in grassland operations, arable farming, transport, cultivation and municipal work.