AgRePlan and GeoLogic release new GeoSite Manager System
The GeoLogic machine control software known as GCS-Pipe (formerly AMW-Pipe). Image courtesy of AgRePlan/GeoLogic.
AgRePlan, LLC and GeoLogic Computer Systems, Inc. (GeoLogic) are announcing the release of an improved version of the GeoSite Manager System (GeoSite) and a distribution agreement between AgRePlan and GeoLogic.
As of Feb. 23, 2018, the ownership of the software previously known as AMW-Works, is now wholly owned by GeoLogic. This software is being updated and released as a version of GeoSite, the software that it was originally based upon. GeoLogic will be modernizing the interface and adding features to GeoSite to make it better.
The GeoSite Manager System improves the accuracy and performance of equipment used in agriculture, construction and landfills. GeoLogic's goal is to use the power of RTK GPS coupled to its GeoSite Software to improve your bottom line through the use of professional surveying tools, real time screen feedback and machine control.
AMW-Works customers will be allowed to license the updated GeoSite software at a low cost. This opportunity to upgrade will be offered only for a limited amount of time. Details will follow shortly.
Please contact AgRePlan at 937-845-9092 and we can help you make the transition from the AMW-Works product line into the new GeoLogic GeoSite Manager System.
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