CLAAS Harvest Centre General Manager of Product, Tim Needham, says the tour enables visitors to wander through the exhibition hall and museum at the company’s headquarters in Hasbergen-Gaste, Germany.
“Numerous exhibitions and events throughout the world have had to be cancelled or postponed in recent months, leaving farm machinery manufacturers, distributors and dealerships unable to showcase their latest innovations to potential customers,” he says.
“This 360-degree virtual tour is an exciting opportunity for everyone to explore the range of AMAZONE precision technology, just as they would at an exhibition or showroom.
“Visitors can wander through the hall and access product information, technical data or demonstration videos about each machine simply by clicking on the ‘hot spots’.
“The tour also provides visitors with a fascinating insight into AMAZONE’s philosophy of developing technology that improves efficiency.”
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