Pattison Signs on to be the First DOT Ready Implement Partner!

Pattison liquid systems signs on as the first dot ready implement partner:

Pattison’s is pleased to announce that we have been given the opportunity to design and manufacture Dot Ready liquid fertilizer application and handling equipment. Pattison Liquid Systems is a Saskatchewan-based business that has been a leading manufacturer of liquid fertilizer equipment for nearly four decades. Rick Pattison and his team are highly focused on innovation and providing the best possible solutions to farmers which is why Dot Technology Corp. has given us the opportunity to collaborate with them!

 

Words from president/Ceo rick pattison:

For almost 40 years, the Pattison name has been at the forefront with most
of the improvements in not only liquid fertilizer equipment, but in the
application methods and techniques used today.
The opportunity to work along side our long time friends at DOT, to again
take these new innovations to the next level, was a very easy decision to make!
The Pattison team is extremely excited with this new opportunity!
We will do our best to keep you informed, as we embark on this exciting new
journey.

 

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About Dot:

The DOT Power Platform is a mobile diesel-powered platform designed to handle a large variety of implements commonly used in agriculture, mining and construction. Its U-shaped frame facilitates the direct loading of implements, so that, once loaded, the implement “becomes one” with the mobile powered platform.

DOT’s short- and long-range sensors make the power platform more accurate and attentive than any human. DOT constantly updates itself with images of the physical world around itself and processes the data at lightning speed. Capable of making decisions, DOT will send alerts to the farmer if it is unsure how to proceed.

Working for farmers, DOT completes tasks autonomously and enables farmers to spend more of their time focusing on the overall operation of their farms.

 

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