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Full autonomous tractor by Sabanto

Talking real-life examples: Sabanto is already performing a lot of work, by turning tractors into autonomous and connected operating machines. The case below is a cool glimp on the possibilities and robustness of the Sabanto autonomous steering implementation.  

39 hours

Full operational for 39h non-stop... only stopped working because fuel was needed

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100 km

Running fully autonomous, but monitored in the 'control room' at > 100km distance 

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39 hours of work in 2 days.  Autonomous.

The 'misleading' picture above is showing high-capacity machinery. However, thinking twice... which one has the most capacity when one runs only when a human is present? Needless to say... how to reduce soil impact and enable better fact based decision, due to data collection?

The example of Sabanto's 39h autonomous run

  • Performing vertical tillage with an 8.5 foot tillage tool

  • Running a Kubota M5-091 ROPS

  • Rig was monitored >100 km away by Sabanto team sitting in Chicago

  • Monitored entire tractor health in addition to tillage performance

  • Stopped because ...... the tractor needed to re-fuel 

Autonomous field operations performed by Sabanto ​​

  1. Planting

  2. Tine weeding

  3. Rotary hoeing

  4. Cultivation

  5. Vertical tillage

Read more here about autonomous impact of Sabanto, at DTN. 

Go to Sabanto product page...


Also see GOtrack in NL ...

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About Sabanto


Sabanto is based in Chicago. Their capabilities range from the actual farming until deep-data engineering. And everything in between, to make steps to more sustainable agriculture. To use their own text: 

"We use autonomous equipment to enable faster, cheaper and more efficient farming around the clock, anywhere in the world."

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