A world-first wireless system for advanced bucking

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In a world full of cords, cables and wires, life without them is still mainly a vision. That, however, shouldn’t stop us from moving in the wireless direction. The fact is that if there isn’t even a cable to begin with, then obviously the risk for entanglement or breakdown is eliminated. The Dasa Wireless 1 is one vital step towards forestry without cables.

Increased uptime

We are proud to present the world’s first wireless system for advanced bucking. Hassle-free as in you will never have to worry about broken data cables again – which of course means increased uptime.

Wireless communication

Branches and constant movements will not be a problem, since a wireless unit is mounted in the head. Replacing the cables with a high-speed, reliable wireless connection means communication between the operator and the bucking unit isn’t sensitive to physical circumstances.

Total freedom

This gives you total freedom to move the crane or boom and rotate the head without any risk of communication failure. The Dasa Wireless 1 is flexible – and designed to fit all types of carrier machines. Mounting and changing the harvester head is also quicker and more straightforward.

For more information on the new system click here

Headquartered in Växjö, Sweden, Dasa has customers all over the world and specializes in intelligent systems for machine and attachment control, information management and communication. Their three technology areas are Applications within Forestry Operations, Machine Control and Fleet Management.

Source: Dasa

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