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1 NAIITF Fall, 20051 ISOBUS Awareness.... the Agricultural Communications, Control & Networking ISO-11783 standard An Overview For Implement Manufacturers

2 NAIITF Fall, 20052 ISOBUS 3 continents down, 4 to go …… & Drawing the short straw still gets Antarctica !!

3 NAIITF Fall, 2005 3 What is ISOBUS? A simple industry & marketing term An electronic communications network used on Agricultural and Forestry equipment Items that meet the ISO11783 standard.

4 NAIITF Fall, 20054 ISOBUS provides network interconnectivity between Manufacturers i.e. Mixing & Matching Vehicles & Implements Demonstrated as follows: ………………. Interconnectivity between different manufacturers

5 NAIITF Fall, 2005 5 Interconnectivity between different manufacturers So that you can go from this... To This Without swapping out harnesses and monitors To This

6 NAIITF Fall, 2005 6 What is ISOBUS? ISO + BUS International Organization for Standardization, which oversees the ISO11783 standard BUS is a generic term to describe the physical connection between a set of electronic components. The network is based on a system called Controller Area Network or CAN

7 NAIITF Fall, 2005 7 ISOBUS Terminology ISOBUS - The marketing term used to describe the implementation of at least the Agricultural ISO standard of ISO 11783. This is generally applied to equipment & systems that involve the ISO 11783 Implement Bus (Open System) network, whether on Tractors, Implements, or other self- propelled machines.

8 NAIITF Fall, 2005 8 ISOBUS Terminology ISOBUS Compliance (ISOBUS Compliant) – "ISOBUS Compliance" or "ISOBUS Compliant" are phrases that cannot be used regarding equipment, harnesses, vehicles or systems unless certain ISOBUS criteria have been proven to have been met.

9 NAIITF Fall, 2005 9 ISOBUS Terminology ISOBUS Compliance (ISOBUS Compliant) – "ISOBUS Compliance" or "ISOBUS Compliant" are phrases that cannot be used regarding equipment, harnesses, vehicles or systems unless certain ISOBUS criteria have been proven to have been met. First, this means that the equipment has met the requirements of the "ISOBUS Compliance Test Protocol" document. Second, this also means having been successfully tested by a confirmed ISOBUS Test laboratory for the applicable sections of this Compliance document.

10 NAIITF Fall, 2005 10 ISOBUS Terminology ISOBUS Compliance (ISOBUS Compliant) – "ISOBUS Compliance" or "ISOBUS Compliant" are phrases that cannot be used regarding equipment, harnesses, vehicles or systems unless certain ISOBUS criteria have been proven to have been met. First, this means that the equipment has met the requirements of the "ISOBUS Compliance Test Protocol" document. Second, this also means having been successfully tested by a confirmed ISOBUS Test laboratory for the applicable sections of this Compliance document. This is a voluntary process, not a required one, but to use these exact phrases "ISOBUS Compliance" or "ISOBUS Compliant", then the equipment must have been successfully tested as stated above. There are various subsections or categories of Compliance, the equipment must meet the requirements of the applicable categories.

11 NAIITF Fall, 2005 11 ISOBUS Terminology ISOBUS Self-Declared Compliance - This phrase is similar to ISOBUS Compliance but means that an outside lab has not been involved. To clarify further: the manufacturer is confident that its equipment would meet the particular required tests of ISOBUS Compliance by a confirmed ISOBUS Compliance lab if so tested. By using this phrase, the manufacturer is declaring such a position & will stand behind that claim.

12 NAIITF Fall, 2005 12 Who is backing ISOBUS? Organizations Test Laboratories User Groups

13 NAIITF Fall, 2005 13 The high level view ASABE / AEM www.aem.org/Technical/NAIITF/ NAIITF VDMA www.isobus.com/isobus_E/ isobus.html IGI TC23 SC19 WG1 ISO ANSI Creates Standards (User Groups) Implements and Promotes Standards (Organizations) Administers Standards Process North AmericaEurope

14 NAIITF Fall, 2005 14 Europe VDMA - (Organization). The VDMA (Verband Deutscher Maschinen- und Anlagenbau - German Engineering Federation) is a network of around 3,000 engineering industry companies in Europe. DLG - (European Lab) The DLG Test Center (Deutsche Landwirtschafts-Gesellschaft e.V. - The German Agricultural Society) was founded in 1885 by Max Eyth. With over 16,000 members it is one of the leading organisations in the German agricultural and food sector. Implementation Group ISOBUS (IGI, User Group). Primarily, but not exclusively representing Europe at this time.

15 NAIITF Fall, 2005 15 North America AEM - (Organization). The Association of Equipment Manufacturers is an international trade and business development resource for 840 companies world-wide that manufacture equipment, products and services in the construction, agricultural, mining, forestry, and utility industries. ASABE - (Organization). The American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers is an educational and scientific organization. Founded in 1907, ASABE comprises 9,000 members in more than 100 countries.

16 NAIITF Fall, 2005 16 North America Wyle - (Proposed NA Lab). One of the USs leading engineering firms specializing in high tech testing, life sciences and technical support services. North American ISOBUS Implementation Task Force (NAIITF, User Group). Primarily, but not exclusively representing North America at this time. FEMA ?? - (Organization). The Farm Equipment Manufacturer Association With over 600 members, FEMA reaches out and connects small manufacturers, suppliers and wholesalers together. They are invited to join.

17 NAIITF Fall, 2005 17 GPS Tractor Bus VT Implement Bus… aka ISOBUS IBBC Task Controller Transmission Engine Hitch Implement ECUs Tractor ECU Others

18 NAIITF Fall, 2005 18 Implement ECUs Tractor ECU

19 NAIITF Fall, 2005 19 Major parts of an ISOBUS System Implement Bus TractorBus Virtual Terminal TaskController Farm Mgmt Info System GPSReceiver Tractor ECU ImplementControllers IBBC – Impl. Bus Breakaway Connector

20 NAIITF Fall, 2005 20 Top 5 reasons why I as a customer would be interested in ISOBUS VT – Virtual Terminal (Display) TC – Task Controller, Farm Management, mapping & planning GPS, common messaging Tractor ECU – Implement to vehicle gateway, powertrain isolation Diagnostics

21 NAIITF Fall, 2005 21 Previous Standard Benefits realized 3 point hitch – ASAE S217, S513, moved to ASAE/ISO 730, 8759, etc PTO shaft – ASAE S331, S522, S203, S207, moved to ASAE/ISO 5673, 5674, 500, etc Hydraulic coupler – ISO 5675 Hitch, Drawbar – ISO 6489, 5692, 8755, etc

22 NAIITF Fall, 2005 22 ISOBUS Standard Benefits realized IBBC – The Tractor-Implement interface, Implement Bus Breakaway Connector, HD36-24- 91 Bus extension (In-cab) connector – standard cab harness connection for adding more ISOBUS equipment, DT06 Diagnostic connector – 9 pin HD10-9 Operator Terminals – standard Virtual Terminal operators display Harness – Standard layout Field Mapping & Planning – later, via Task Controller

23 NAIITF Fall, 2005 23 ISOBUS Standard Benefits realized IBBC – The Tractor-Implement interface, Implement Bus Breakaway Connector, HD36-24-91

24 NAIITF Fall, 2005 24 ISOBUS Standard Benefits realized Bus extension (In-cab) connector – standard cab harness connection for adding more ISOBUS equipment, DT06 1 2 3 4

25 NAIITF Fall, 2005 25 ISOBUS Standard Benefits realized Diagnostic connector – 9 pin HD10-9

26 NAIITF Fall, 2005 26 ISOBUS Standard Benefits realized Operator Terminals – standard Virtual Terminal operators display

27 NAIITF Fall, 2005 27 ISOBUS Standard Benefits realized Harness – Standard layout

28 NAIITF Fall, 2005 28 As an Informed Customer, you will want to ask your Dealer, Manufacturer or Supplier some of these ISOBUS questions ….. ISOBUS The customer list

29 NAIITF Fall, 2005 29 As an Informed Customer, you will want to ask your Dealer, Manufacturer or Supplier some of these ISOBUS questions ….. Is your equipment ISOBUS Compliant? Or is it Self Declared or Certified? ISOBUS The customer list

30 NAIITF Fall, 2005 30 As an Informed Customer, you will want to ask your Dealer, Manufacturer or Supplier some of these ISOBUS questions ….. Is your equipment ISOBUS Compliant? Or is it Self Declared or Certified? Does your company have an active role in any ISOBUS User Group? ISOBUS The customer list

31 NAIITF Fall, 2005 31 As an Informed Customer, you will want to ask your Dealer, Manufacturer or Supplier some of these ISOBUS questions ….. Is your equipment ISOBUS Compliant? Or is it Self Declared or Certified? Does your company have an active role in any ISOBUS User Group? How do you document your compliance with the various Parts of ISO 11783? ISOBUS The customer list

32 NAIITF Fall, 2005 32 As an Informed Customer, you will want to ask your Dealer, Manufacturer or Supplier some of these ISOBUS questions ….. Is your equipment ISOBUS Compliant? Or is it Self Declared or Certified? Does your company have an active role in any ISOBUS User Group? How do you document your compliance with the various Parts of ISO 11783? Do you have an SAE J1939 assigned Manufacturer Code? What is the number? Is it used by all of your ISOBUS controllers via the Address Claim procedure? ISOBUS The customer list

33 NAIITF Fall, 2005 33 Having heard this introduction, what is your organizations plan in this arena? ISOBUS Your reaction?

34 NAIITF Fall, 2005 34 Having heard this introduction, what is your organizations plan in this arena? What next step would this group like to take? ISOBUS Your reaction?

35 NAIITF Fall, 2005 35 Having heard this introduction, what is your organizations plan in this arena? What next step would this group like to take? Is more detailed information needed? Which areas? ISOBUS Your reaction?

36 NAIITF Fall, 2005 36 Having heard this introduction, what is your organizations plan in this arena? What next step would this group like to take? Is more detailed information needed? Which areas? Does your company plan on supporting ISOBUS? This should be accounted for in your Model Year plans. ISOBUS Your reaction?

37 NAIITF Fall, 2005 37 Having heard this introduction, what is your organizations plan in this arena? What next step would this group like to take? Is more detailed information needed? Which areas? Does your company plan on supporting ISOBUS? This should be accounted for in your Model Year plans. Would your organization be willing to be listed as a supporter of ISOBUS, such as shown earlier in this presentation? ISOBUS Your reaction?

38 NAIITF Fall, 2005 38 Having heard this introduction, what is your organizations plan in this arena? What next step would this group like to take? Is more detailed information needed? Which areas? Does your company plan on supporting ISOBUS? This should be accounted for in your Model Year plans. Would your organization be willing to be listed as a supporter of ISOBUS, such as shown earlier in this presentation? What is the feedback that can be conveyed back to IITF/CTF, NAIITF & IGI? ISOBUS Your reaction?

39 NAIITF Fall, 2005 39 Having heard this introduction, what is your organizations plan in this arena? What next step would this group like to take? Is more detailed information needed? Which areas? Does your company plan on supporting ISOBUS? This should be accounted for in your Model Year plans. Would your organization be willing to be listed as a supporter of ISOBUS, such as shown earlier in this presentation? What is the feedback that can be conveyed back to IITF/CTF, NAIITF & IGI? Is there any interest in ISOBUS periodical articles specific to your interest? ISOBUS Your reaction?

40 NAIITF Fall, 200540 ISO 11783 History & NAIITF / IGI Reference Information

41 NAIITF Fall, 2005 41 History of ISO-11783 1980s – The need is recognized –LBS Standard developed in Germany –ASAE Investigating CAN Standards in the USA –1989, SAE J1939 work begins, with experience from the established J1587/J1708 networks 1990s – Standardization begins –ISO TC23 / SC19 Ag Electronics formed –LAV in Germany presented DIN 9684 (LBS) –Con Ag Multiplexing Task Force in US, promoted J1939 –February 1991, WG1 was formed and began to work on the new communications protocol… ISO-11783

42 NAIITF Fall, 2005 42 History of ISO-11783 2000s Promotion of the Standard –2000 - German Engineering society forms Implementation Group ISOBUS (IGI) –ISOBUS adopted as an industry name for ISO-11783 –2001 - Presentation at Agritechnica in Germany –Sep 2001 – NMEA 2000 published (GPS/Marine/Navigation) –Cooperation between member companies accelerates adoption of the standard in Europe –Early implementation allows improvements of the standard

43 NAIITF Fall, 2005 43 History of ISO-11783 2000s Promotion of the Standard –2002 - Promotion in North America launched at AMC –Members from several companies form North American ISOBUS Implementation Task Force (NAIITF) –NAIITF and IGI formalize cooperation

44 NAIITF Fall, 2005 44 History of ISO-11783 2003-2005 Interoperability –Plugfests pave the way for interoperability –Manufacturers begin to introduce ISOBUS

45 NAIITF Fall, 200545 Agricultural Machinery Conference Your Logo Here May 2003 - 2005 Cedar Rapids, Iowa

46 NAIITF Fall, 2005 46 Common Task for IGI and NAIITF Specify the ISOBUS Compliance Test Protocol Approve world wide Test Labs DLG in Europe WYLE Lab in North America

47 NAIITF Fall, 200547 Implementation Group ISOBUS (IGI) North American ISOBUS Implementation Task Force (NAIITF)

48 NAIITF Fall, 2005 48 Name and Organization Name: Implementation Group ISOBUS (IGI) –Focused on Western European Market, but open to all –Organization Type: Working Group under VDMA –German VDMA provides administrative resources, website, and organizational oversight –VDMA is the German Engineering Federation and official secretariat for ISO/TC23/SC19 Name: North American ISOBUS Implementation Task Force (NAIITF) –Focused on North American applications, but open to all –Organization Type: a Task Force under AEM –AEM provides administrative resources, website, and organizational oversight –AEM is an International Association of Equipment Manufacturers

49 NAIITF Fall, 2005 49 Role and Responsibility (IGI in Western Europe, and NAIITF in North America) Interoperability activities –Coordinate ISOBUS implementation for multi-brand markets –Plugfest planning –Tools for development support Promoting Awareness –Tradeshows –Promotion and Advertising Certification and Voluntary Compliance –Test Lab and protocol development –Certification and recognition

50 NAIITF Fall, 2005 50 Activities in past 5 years IGI - 5 Years of Work –20 Meetings –9 PlugFests –2 Agritechnica and 1 SIMA promotions –Multiple Presentations at Engineering and Marketing Conferences –Over 40 actively participating companies NAIITF – 3 Years of Work –11 Meetings –3 PlugFests –6 Trade Shows –Over 20 Active Members

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53 NAIITF Fall, 2005 53 ISOBUS in Brazil May 2, 2005 - NAIITF Meeting –NAIITF was advised of interest in ISOBUS in Brazil –Members unanimously supported South American Efforts –NAIITF Invites participation, and offers support May 4, 2005 – IGI Communication –IGI advised of interest in ISOBUS in Brazil –Members unanimously supported South American Efforts –IGI Invites participation, and offers support AGCO, CNH Global, John Deere –Confirm support for ISOBUS in South America

54 NAIITF Fall, 2005 54 ISOBUS in Brazil May 2005 – Agrishow Meeting –At Ribeirão Preto on May 18, 2005 –Organized by researchers from São Paulo University and Embrapa –Supported by the national associations for farm equipment and machinery manufacturers, the major global Agricultural Equipment companies, and by ABNT, the Brazilian Standards Organization Aftermath: Brazilian interest in ISOBUS has increased significantly. –Articles have been published in several major magazines. –On July 28, 2005, a similar presentation was made at the Ag Engineers congress, which had a more academic audience. –Perhaps the most significant result is that ABNT (Brazilian Standards Organization) has called a meeting on the 15th of August with all the participants of the Agrishow meeting to discuss the actions to introduce ISOBUS in Brazil. The meeting will be held and coordinated by ABIMAQ (Implement manufacturers association).


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