CARRÉ, a leading French company in mechanical weeding, is upgrading its KIPLINE camera guidance system for use with the PRECICAM and PRECICAM XS guidance interfaces and its ECONET SGI and KLINEA range of hoes.
In 2007, CARRÉ became the first manufacturer to offer cameras on its hoes. The KIPLINE camera, which is fitted to CARRÉ equipment, is designed to be more effective in complex situations, i.e. where there is a high density of weeds and where work is carried out with a narrow row spacing.
The KIPLINE dual-camera system on hoeing machines is now available to provide bi-lateral crop guidance. This option guarantees precise guidance of the hoeing machine in conditions of low emergence or to finish off field tips.
In this case, the console combines the display and settings of the 2 cameras and automatically manages the choice of camera to control the guidance according to its analysis performance.
The ergonomics and ease of use of the touch-sensitive console make it easy to get to grips with.
Its screen includes a real-time video display of the area analysed by the camera, confirming to the driver that operations are running smoothly.
The KIPLINE dual camera makes it easy to deal with complex situations!
Immediate availability for the entire range of hoes and guidance interfaces.
Control monitor for dual guidance camera
Hoe with dual camera guidance
The control of 2 guidance interfaces is now available with the KIPLINE camera from a single control console. This makes it possible to combine 2 autonomous hoes for guidance on the same chassis.
By hoeing two seed drill widths, you can double the yield per hectare. The hoeing operation is therefore optimised, significantly reducing costs.
The console manages the settings and individual control of each hoe, and the operator has permanent visual control over one or other hoe.
Available up to 12m wide for the 2025 season.
Control monitor for dual guidance interface
Dual interface guidance hoe