Precision GPS Steering

Precision GPS Steering

ProTrakker’s Hydraulic Hitch is compatible with leading GPS implement guidance systems on all of your precision ag machinery, keeping you in control of your implement in any situation.

John Deere Active Implement Guidance System

Utilizing John Deere's Active Implement Guidance System and a ProTrakker Hydraulic Hitch you can:

  • Automatically steer implement to guidance line
  • Positively impact your inputs
  • Achieve higher crop quality
  • Have access to industry-exclusive fingertip controls
  • Reduced operator fatigue
  • Get flexibility of signal options with StarFire™ 3000 Receivers

Learn more about the John Deere Active Implement Guidance System

Trimble TrueTracker

A ProTrakker Hydraulic Hitch in conjunction with Trimble's TrueTracker:

  • Allows the implement to correct its position without input from the tractor
  • Utilizes terrain compensation technology for high accuracy on difficult terrain
  • Requires a GNSS antenna and NavController II on your implement and Autopilot™ system and the FmX® display in your tractor
  • Ideal for row crop and multiple-pass farming applications

Learn more about the Trimble TrueTracker

Incredible Sub-Inch Accuracy

ProTrakker On and Off Results Moisture Pathway


  • Sub-inch accuracy
  • Practically eliminate crop damage
  • Eliminate overlap with chemical, seed, fertilizer and much more
  • Reduce nearly all fatigue caused by tracking
  • Get repeatability with your fertilizer strips and seed, year after year
  • Reduce labor and fuel costs
  • Compensate for implement drift
  • Higher crop quality, higher yields
  • Run mismatched implements with perfect guess rows
  • Using auto steer when spraying or side-dressing is made possible

When sub-inch accuracy is required, ProTrakker is the answer. Adding ProTrakker to your precision outfit boosts your accuracy to an unmatched standard, no matter the landscape. The photos to the left show how the ProTrakker helped a seeder plant perfectly into the stored moisture of last year’s crop, resulting in better yields and extended growing season in Australia.