The ISOBUS standard specifies a serial data network for control and communications on forestry or agricultural tractors and implements.
The first use for GPS-control was improvement of driving straight lines. But the GPS-system has much more advanced benefits, like locating your machine and monitoring the work, or matching the machine location to the variable dosage rate or yield in precision farming. The problem is that the GPS and isobus data are currently not easy to use outside the tractor.
AgroSense can take care of automated registration by importing and interpreting performed tasks via ISOBUS devices. This also works the other way round: use AgroSense to export a digital (location specific) task to the tractor to execute it.