what to expect at agritechnica 2019

Sep 25, 2019

What to Expect at Agritechnica 2019

Precision farming, autonomous machines – these technologies are disrupting today’s farming practices. OEMs strive to provide farmers more comfort, productivity and income, while reducing crop protection chemicals. Precision farming is a win-win-win deal:

  • Improved working conditions for farmers
  • Increased farm profitability
  • More accessible wholesome food
  • Environment


A historical Ag OEM partner, Poclain Hydraulics is investing to develop solutions that add value to precision farming machines. These systems and solutions are designed to work in synergy with electric power generators and on-board intelligence. 

Precision farming is a big part of Poclain Hydraulics’ Agritechnica stand this year

New IoT (Internet of Things) service: Based on a remote control and the new Black Box ECU, it monitors a machine’s hydraulic components. The data collected by this system allows our teams to give system and component design recommendations.


Autonomous machines: Poclain strives to supply high value-add, with a record of successes in North America, Europe and Asia. Reduced weight, better precision and efficiency increase the range of the machine. Poclain’s technology enhances autonomous machine performance in many ways.


EU2015/68 standard compliant Dual Line Braking system for tractor and trailers

Our new dual line braking solution addresses the recent European road regulation for tractors and trailers. Pairing a hydraulic brake valve and a patented electronic control, the one-size-fits-all valve gives tractor and trailer manufacturers integration freedom. what-to-expect-at-agritechnica

You can also see our full braking valve offering including service/parking brakes and steering assist, already used on thousands of Ag machines the world over.

A new comer in the PM Closed loop axial range will also be introduced during Agritechnica

what-to-expect-at-agritechnicaThanks to its compactness, the new PM20 tandem pump fits the space constraints seen in tracked vehicles working in vineyards and specialty crops, while its wide range of controls allow precise control of the transmission, resulting in more productivity for the end-user.



If you’re planning to be in the Hannover area, make sure you visit us at Agritechnica, stand A17 in hall 16. Our team would love to meet you and share our latest products and solutions.


Author: Guillaume Besnouin, Ag Market Manager