THE DIRT

TECH AND SPECS.

Packed with some of the latest technology from both the agricultural and automotive industry, DOT is intelligent and hard working enough to complete every task it’s assigned—without taking a lunch break.

SIMPLY
SMART

DOT is packed with a suite of sensors that are far more accurate and attentive than a human. It reacts more quickly than humans too, because it doesn’t base its decisions on human emotion. Instead, it constantly updates pictures of the physical world around itself and processes the data at lightning speed, so it always has the data and algorithms it needs to make sound decisions.

Specs Table

Transport width

11 ft. 10 in. (3.61 m)

Transport length

18 ft. 2 in. (5.53 m)

Height

11 ft. 2 in. (3.4 m)

Dry weight

8,500 lbs. (3,855 kg)

Engine specifications

Cummins QSB4.5 Tier4I
4.5 L Turbo Charged Diesel
163 HP @ 2,500 RPM 466 lb-ft @1,500 RPM

Fuel Capacity

285 litres

Hydraulic Reservoir Capacity

140 litres

Auxiliary Hydraulic Pump Specifications

25 GPM @ 3,000 PSI
(20,684.27187 kPa)

Tires

17.5 L - 24 Industrial Traction Lug 12 Ply

Hub weight capacity

14,000 lbs. (6,350kg) per wheel
40,000 lbs. overall (18,143 kg)

12 Volt Electrical System

Night Lights

Remote Human to Machine Interface (HMI)

HMI Sensing and Display of Engine Performance

HMI Implement remote control and recording

HMI Long Range Wi-Fi and radio connectivity

DOES DOT HAVE DATA STORAGE?

DOT has the capacity to record and geo-reference a multitude of activities, including as-applied VR maps, fuel usage, horsepower maps and more. All data is uploaded to the cloud when service permits, or can be downloaded to a portable computer.

HOW DOES DOT SAVE ON FUEL AND EMISSIONS?

There are many power efficiencies gained by having the implement loaded directly onto the power platform, one being an overall reduction of weight requirements. In our estimate, over 20% of power and fuel usage is consumed to simply move a normal tractor.


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