Earlier this year, Raven Industries introduced new advances in precision agriculture technology including the highly anticipated summer release of its new Viper 4 field computer as well as other ag technology.

Shane Swedlund, senior product manager, Applied Technology Division with Raven Industries, gives an overview of the new Viper 4 field computer during this year's Raven Innovation Summit in Sioux Falls, S.D.

Over the last ten years, Raven's line of Viper field computers has built a reputation for innovation among ag retailers and custom applicators. Raven's most robust field computer to date, the Viper 4, improves how customers manage critical machine functions and enhances the way data collected in the field is managed and utilized.

The Viper 4 field computer features a 12.1" responsive touchscreen and sleek design with a ruggedized magnesium casing. A customizable user interface utilizing new Raven Operating Software allows users to set up machine profiles, user profiles, and grower-farm-field information, expediting job start-up and streamlining information management functionality.

"Data management is critical to our customers' success. Viper 4 hardware, software, and 3rd party applications will operate separate from each other, providing an open platform for data management with our Slingshot API platform and agX compatibility," said Matt Burkhart, vice president and general manager for Raven's Applied Technology Division.

For more information on Raven's lineup of precision ag products, visit www.ravenprecision.com.