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Here at Agreenculture we beleive that the future of agriculture starts today. Having a background in agriculture and an experience in GPS tracking, we have created a robot that is guided by a GPS-RTK and is able to use 5 equipements on the same robot for 5 functions: seedbed preparation, fertilization, planting, spraying, hoeing. The robot is accurate at less than 1cm and is able to get back on it's tracks in order to optimise the pass by and the use of herbicides. We have a partnership with an industrialist in order to make the machinery user friendly and highly adoptable by farmers. In May 2018 we have started with our partners "Challenge Centeol 2018" to grow 50Ha of corn with an autonomous robot with a focus on reducing soil compaction and increasing yields. We are working on a selective spraying system based on computer intelligence. We aim to reduce chemical wastage with new technology, thus using one product or a mix of products only when needed and where it is needed. With...
Here at Agreenculture we beleive that the future of agriculture starts today. Having a background in agriculture and an experience in GPS tracking, we have created a robot that is guided by a GPS-RTK and is able to use 5 equipements on the same robot for 5 functions: seedbed preparation, fertilization, planting, spraying, hoeing. The robot is accurate at less than 1cm and is able to get back on it's tracks in order to optimise the pass by and the use of herbicides. We have a partnership with an industrialist in order to make the machinery user friendly and highly adoptable by farmers. In May 2018 we have started with our partners "Challenge Centeol 2018" to grow 50Ha of corn with an autonomous robot with a focus on reducing soil compaction and increasing yields. We are working on a selective spraying system based on computer intelligence. We aim to reduce chemical wastage with new technology, thus using one product or a mix of products only when needed and where it is needed. With our project partner Harper Adams University we are willing to introduce laser weed control to the robot in order to reduce to a minimum the use of herbicides.
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