The Veris iScan makes soil scanning more accessible than ever since farmers themselves can now scan in combination with another operation. The iScan helps to obtain accurate and reliable soil maps of plots, to better attune the fertilization and seeding density to the variation within a plot.
The iScan uses an NIR sensor to determine the organic matter content in the cultivation layer. The soil texture is charted by measuring the electronic conductivity of the soil. This takes place at a depth of 0-60cm and these maps give valuable information about the tillage layer and water retention capacity. Whether it concerns drawing up a task map, determining zone sampling points or drawing up a fertilization plan, the maps drawn up with the Veris iScan enable you to manage every part of the plot accurately.
The iScan can be easily transferred between several machines if they are equipped with a quick-action coupling. The system has its own GPS receiver and communicates wireless with the tablet PC in the cabin. You only have to connect a supply cable (12V) and it works. During the work, the driver does not need to worry about the sensor so it does not slow down the capacity of the work. During the scanning, the Veris iScan immediately depicts the maps so decisions can be made immediately.