With drivers in short supply, having a cart at the ready isn’t always easy. Raven Autonomy’s new Driverless Ag Technology, AutoCart, allows an operator to control a driverless tractor and grain cart directly from the cab of the harvester. This article originally appeared on CropLife.com in May 2021.

Raven Autonomy™ is changing the way farmers farm with Driverless Ag Technology that is safe, efficient, and relies less on humans. The automated grain cart function is completely attainable right now. Welcome to autonomous farming with Raven. This article originally appeared on CropLife.com on January 27, 2021.

AutoCart® is the first Driverless Ag Technology for grain cart harvest operations, and Raven officially opened pre-orders for the system​ last month! With AutoCart, the user can set a field plan, establish staging locations, adjust speeds, monitor location activity, and command the tractor pulling a grain cart to sync with the harvester. The harvester can offload on the go in the field, then return the tractor to a predetermined unloading area. All without a second driver. But how is AutoCart made? Here's a look behind the scenes of this revolutionary ag technology.​

This new feature will enable operators to stay in the field longer because they will no longer have to disengage the auto steering system and grab the steering wheel to make the headland turns. This article originally appeared in the September 17, 2020 issue of The Western Producer.

A new solution from Raven Industries is AutoCart, which allows an operator to control a driverless tractor and grain cart directly from the cab of a harvester and strategic positioning of carts along the route for better efficiency. This article originally appeared in the July 2020 issue of CropLife magazine.