Development of new systems for precision ag brand Agrosky
Topcon Precision Agriculture (TPA) has announced an agreement with SAME DEUTZ-FAHR (SDF), to produce a new product line for SDF dedicated to precision agriculture.
Topcon is a business unit of Topcon Positioning Systems (TPS), and SDF is one of the leading manufacturers of tractors, combine harvesters, engines and agricultural equipment.
Keith Manion, an experienced agriculture sales and marketing manager, has been named a regional sales manager for Topcon Precision Agriculture (TPA).
His territory includes the Eastern and upper Midwest regions of the United States.
T. Joe Robertson, an experienced marketing communications and public relations manager with extensive experience in wireless technology and precision agriculture, has been named product marketing manager for Topcon Precision Agriculture (TPA).
The Wall Street Journal, one of the world’s most prestigious publications, recently examined remote asset management technology for the construction industry that not only monitors how machines are being used (and sometimes abused) but also can help slash energy costs, and determine machine location as well as prevent theft.
Topcon was listed as a company that develops and sells the technology and monitoring services to the equipment manufacturers and directly to equipment owners.
“How do you Topcon?” is the theme for Topcon Positioning Systems’ (TPS) new video contest aimed at showing how customers put TPS instruments to work.
The contest will run August 1 through October 31, 2011.
Combines optical and electron microscopy
in a small, mobile, affordable, easy-to-use instrument
Topcon Positioning Systems (TPS), a global leader in precision optical, GPS, and automation systems for geodetic, engineering and construction applications, has introduced the Aquila hybrid microscope to the North American market.
105 MS05AX units to be used in London tunneling project
Topcon Europe Positioning B.V. announces the recent award of an order for more than 100 high precision robotic total stations for the Crossrail project in London, UK. The order is one of the single largest orders for total stations ever recorded.
Topcon Positioning Systems (TPS) announces that Greg Frankish of Queensland, Australia, has been appointed regional survey sales manager for Australia and New Zealand.
In his new role, Frankish will be in charge of survey sales for the Topcon line of products and will work directly with the company's distributor network in the region. He will report to Murray Lodge, vice president of the TPS construction business unit.