Even if you already know how to operate a certain type of tractor, there are sufficient differences between models and makes that can render the experience confusing and even dangerous. The Sao Ville Tractor has been designed as a suggestion for streamlining future machinery like this so that the majority of commands are carried out through a tablet dashboard.
With few buttons and levers built into the driver's panel, the operator relies on apps. These can be universally accessed between machines and updated automatically to keep systems consistent. The use of an interactive display in Stefan Radev's São Ville Tractor allows for a greater range of actions, organized in an intuitive way. Even the inexperienced can figure out how to complete a task on the farm or the construction site.
Sao Ville Tractor Ditches Dials and Levers for a Digital Interface
1. Tablet Dashboards - Tablet-controlled dashboards can be a game-changer in the heavy machinery industry, reducing the need for physical buttons and levers and allowing for remote updates and consistent systems.
2. Interactive Displays - Interactive displays on heavy machinery can allow for a greater range of actions to be performed in an intuitive way, making it easier for inexperienced operators to complete tasks.
3. Universalized Apps - The ability to access universalized apps between machines and to update them remotely can improve consistency and efficiency across an entire fleet of heavy machinery.
1. Heavy Machinery - The heavy machinery industry could benefit from implementing tablet-controlled dashboards and interactive displays, as well as universalized apps for remote updates and consistent systems.
2. Construction - Construction companies could improve their efficiency and safety by adopting tablet-controlled dashboards and interactive displays on their heavy machinery.
3. Farming - Farmers could streamline their operations with tablet-controlled dashboards and interactive displays on their tractors, as well as the use of universalized apps for remote updates and consistency across their equipment.