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H.O. Penn Holds Machine Automation Showcase Event in Bloomingburg, N.Y.

Fri May 20, 2011 - Northeast Edition
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Customers listen with interest as Tom Hogan of Keystone Precision Instruments explains the features and benefits of machine control and guidance.
Customers listen with interest as Tom Hogan of Keystone Precision Instruments explains the features and benefits of machine control and guidance.
Customers listen with interest as Tom Hogan of Keystone Precision Instruments explains the features and benefits of machine control and guidance. The 329D excavator equipped with GPS Technology draws a crowd. Customers try to stay dry as Tom Hogan describes the action on the field. Don Cervantes (L) and Mike Justino (second from L) of H.O. Penn listen in as Joe Cerniglia Jr. (third from L) of Sentrale Inc. hears more about Cat’s Accugrade system. Marty Callahan (L), H.O. Penn’s technology sales manager, and Tom Hogan were pleased with the event’s success. The site is prepared for the big event. Each attendee had the opportunity for first-hand instruction on the operation of all the machinery and technology at the event. Alan Cortright of H.O Penn shows an interested customer the features of laser technology on a Caterpillar skid steer. Ryan Neal, product demonstrator/instructor of Caterpillar, prepares an interested customer to take the Cat 329D equipped with GPS technology for a test dig. (L-R): Jim Smith, H.O. Penn; Tom Hayes of P. Scalamandre and Sons; John Lewis, Keystone Precision Instruments; and Pete Kaz of Trimble Inc., Peter Scalamandre, of P. Scalamandre and Sons Inc. and Dave Stafford of Caterpillar Connected Worksite are discuss

H.O. Penn held a Machine Automation Showcase event April 12 and 13 in Bloomingburg, N.Y.

The event featured demonstrations of GPS-equipped Caterpillar equipment, 3D modeling and interfacing with a base station.

Experts were on hand from Keystone Precision Instruments and Caterpillar to answer machine-guidance questions. A complimentary lunch was provided both days of the event.




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