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RDS Technology designs and manufactures a wide range of instrumentation for the mobile machinery industry. Instruments can monitor, measure or control. Example areas of expertise include on-board weighing scales, rate control, drill, baler and wrapper controls.

The company has a wide range of standard instruments that are supplied and supported through specialist distributors in many parts of the world. RDS is always interested to hear from potential new distributors.

In addition to the standard range, RDS provides customised solutions to the OEM machinery industry, where RDS engineers work closely with the customer to provide an efficient, economic solution for the customer’s technical requirements.

Retrofit Standard Products

Manufacturers Custom Solutions

On-Board Weighing

Seed Drills and Applicators

Sprayers

Spreaders

OEM

Balers and Wrappers

OEM

Combine Harvesters

Vehicle Monitoring

Area Management

Wood Chippers

OEM
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Latest RDS Information

News


Click on the link to view our latest offerings in the field of agriculture.

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iSOSYNC enables control of the loadout operation and inventory, productivity & traceability management.

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Topcon Positioning Group acquires NORAC

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Tweets


Looking forward to @RoyalCornwall RDS MME is in the Ag section
Watch out for RDS products at the DLG field days in Germany, 14-16 June, Gut Mariaburghausen, Germany, stand GA44 (Topcon stand)
Look out for Digi-Star @LivestockEvent at the NEC 6-7 July !

Exhibition


MORE INFO COMING SOON ON RDS AT THE SPACE SHOW!

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Click here to see our IMHX press information.

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Press information Hillhead 2016.

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“We chose RDS due to the ease of use of their monitors and the reliability of their system as proved over the years we have worked together.”

Tom Pine, Combine Product Manager for Claas UK

“..after fitting the new RDS WL a10 loader scale, we found that I was loading an additional $160 worth of PKE per day – I calculated that in 34 days the new scales would be paid for”

Dairy farmer Jason Huggett (New Zealand)