Agricultural robots field experience
Introduction to field experience
There seem to brilliant agriculture robots, but how do they perform in practice? And how do you get a bit better 'look and feel' with these machines via a website? The articles below are created to provide you some shots and experience from the running the agriculture robots in the field.
Aigro Up weeding between trees
This small full electrical and autonomous robot of Aigro is ready to make larger impact.
Naïo weeding robot: 3 steps set-up
How simple can it be? If the complete instruction fits in about a 1 minute movie this may proof you the easy start of the Naïo Dino on a new field.
Farmdroid case: Sowing and weeding
A gamechanger to make a step towards agriculture robots, is the Farmdroid FD20. Simplicity. An clear use case. A clear business impact.
Ekobot: Weeding on onion field
Removing weed, simply by striking it. That's where this highly advanced electrical powered platform is all about. In this article, you can read experience by ducksize in the field.
Elatec platform: Prototyping for weeding
With a multi-purpose application in mind, the Elatec electrical platform can also easily be equipped to (start learning how to) do weeding.
Amos fully electric agriculture robot
With two new models launched, A3 and A4, Amos is setting a fundament for electrical agriculture robots.
Sabanto operates 39h in a row
Why autonomous robots will NOT be available soon? Because they are already driving around. See this 39 hours-in-a-row field experience case of the Sabanto autonomous tractor.
Robotti sows 100.000 beets per hour
... but it's not only a love story, to teach the Agrointelli Robotti how to sow sugar beets autonomously.
Described with many photos and videos, discover the ins and outs of the adventure of Doorgrond with the Agrointelli Robotti.
Different type of robot: Planting
While it's called often an 'transplanter' or 'automatic planting machine', the actions that are automated can also be labelled as robot. The repetitive task that was done manually, is automated. And it's already out there on the field for years by TTS. Interesting to learn from...