Trimble Launches Entry-Level Earthworks Grade Control Platform for High-Use Excavators

Trimble has introduced a new configuration of its renowned Earthworks Grade Control Platform, tailored to meet the needs of customers seeking an entry-level option. This new offering delivers the same advanced features and functionality as the full Trimble Earthworks system but at a more accessible price point, specifically designed for use on a single, dedicated, high-use excavator.

Transforming Machine Control

Trimble Earthworks has revolutionized the construction industry with the first integrated 3D aftermarket automatics capability. The platform’s intuitive, easy-to-learn software operates on an Android system, allowing operators of all skill levels to work faster, more accurately, and more productively. This new configuration maintains these benefits, making cutting-edge construction technology more attainable for a broader range of users.

Commitment to All Users

The new entry-level configuration underscores Trimble’s dedication to catering to all users. In 2023, Trimble expanded its portfolio with the Trimble Siteworks Machine Guidance Module, enhancing Trimble Siteworks Software to support on-machine excavator guidance and operator assistance. Other notable products include:

  • Trimble Earthworks GO!: A bring-your-own-device machine control system for compact equipment.
  • Trimble Earthworks Grade Control Platform with Horizontal Steering Control: Designed for dozers and soil compactors.
  • Trimble Roadworks 3D Paving Control Platform: For asphalt paving.

Ideal for Civil Contractors

This new configuration is perfect for civil contractors operating in Europe, Australia, and Japan. Contractors interested in learning more about Trimble’s machine control technology and various entry points can contact their local SITECH dealer here.

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