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Autonomy on your terms

From automotive to construction to agriculture to transportation, Trimble’s autonomous technology enables advanced action in any environment. Meeting your needs in real-time – ahead of time – when it matters most. This is autonomy on your terms.

This is intelligent innovation

Our breakthrough approach to autonomy isn’t an overnight innovation. We bring together decades of intelligence, billions of real-world acres covered and thousands of leading experts to work alongside you to make your autonomy vision a reality. We are here to discover and define the future with you, drive towards a solution and disrupt the status quo by engineering for tomorrow.

Our autonomy platform guides the way with unparalleled accuracy, precision and positioning

Minimize delays and downtime to get the job done right

Reduce errors, labor costs and variability of operators

Ensure safety through next generation positioning

Streamline workflows with the most intelligent, customized-for-you solutions

Increase productivity and operational efficiency with task automation

Increase cost savings while boosting productivity

Trimble experts share their predictions for autonomous technology in 2023.

Trimble experts share their predictions for autonomous technology in 2023.

As the proverbial ball drops on 2023, we asked some of Trimble Autonomy’s brightest minds for their thoughts around where autonomous tech is headed this coming year and beyond.
The future of autonomy

The future of autonomy

A panel of technical experts discussed the future of autonomous technology for the construction machinery market at the Trimble Dimensions 2022 conference and exhibition.
More precise positioning needed for vehicle autonomy

More precise positioning needed for vehicle autonomy

The industry is innovating in GNSS, IMU and HD mapping technology, but more work is needed to develop higher performance, lower cost applications that enable extremely accurate positioning.
Turning to autonomy

Turning to autonomy

Lack of labor and escalating machinery costs lead a Nebraska operation to consider autonomous machinery.
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