After extensive tests, the DLG certifies the AutoSat IP FlyAway AV PRO transportable fully automatic satellite communication system.

Based on the results achieved, the portable satellite system AutoSat IP FlyAway AV PRO, consisting of transport case with outdoor unit and CRYSTOP motor control unit with integrated GILAT modem SkyEdge II-C Gemini is awarded the DLG test mark “DLG-ANERKANNT-Gesamtprüfung”.

You can download the complete test report here:

This represents an important milestone in the digitisation of agriculture. Independent of LTE and GPRS connections, with this installation it is now possible to provide a stable and fast broadband connection in the most remote corners.

Today, digitalisation is indispensable for sustainable and efficient agriculture. Modern agriculture generates huge amounts of data that have to be collected and processed in the field. For this, a stable broadband connection is essential, which is now also DLG certified.

John Deere already streamlined access to data and solutions for connected agriculture in 2013 with the introduction of the online platform and advanced harmonisation. The principle is simple: the JDLink telematics solution centralises all machine, implement and position data, as well as all field data used for documentation (sowing, fertilising, weeding, etc.). [Source: John Deere]

Crystop is now following up in 2019 with AutoSat IP FlyAway AV PRO, a solid and easy-to-use satellite-based communication system to advance digitalisation in agriculture as well.

At the Agritechnica – the world’s leading trade fair for agriculture – taking place in Hanover, the system will be presented to the public for the first time at the John Deere stand.