Leica Geosystems introduces farm and fleet monitoring solution

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Geographical measurement technology company Leica Geosystems has launched a web-based platform to assist farmers in monitoring their fleet and field activities.

Leica _Virtual Vista _platform

The program, called Virtual Vista, allows farmers to pinpoint their fleet activity within a certain area and time frame with features such as "geo fencing" and "curfew".

The initial release of the program delivers a live fleet tracking solution to customers by combining real time and historical information with the use of Google Maps, allowing them to track their fleet in real time as well as view the position history of their vehicles on a map.

Users are also able to receive optional SMS or email alerts for when their vehicles are operating out of the desired area or time.  

However, interested parties will need to be in possession of Leica Geosystems' guidance and display unit, the Leica Mojo3D to operate the new platform.

Current owners of Leica Mojo3D are not required to pay additional costs or purchase any extra hard or software to start using the program. All they have to do is register on Virtual Vista's website, follow the prompts and start using the program immediately.

Already hosting eight language supports, Leica Geosystems will be adding more features to Virtual Vista moving forward in 2013; such as data transfer between Leica mojo3D devices via Virtual Vista.

Please visit The Virtual Vista website or Leica Geosystems' agricultural solutions website AgGuidance for more information.

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