Agricultural processes have to comply with ecological, economical and political demands. Especially the tracing of food is important for consumer protection. At the same time reducing costs is necessary for farmers to be competitive. Machine up time is a critical factor, especially in processes that are reliant on short, whether-depending harvesting slots. Based on a mobile electronic system, the project consortium of the LaSeKo-Project is developing an autonomous agricultural communication system for the traceability of crops and harvesting batches that simultaneously enables for online machine diagnostics and a remote maintenance concept.