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  • Manufacturer: Naïo Technologies
  • Robot: Oz
  • Task(s): Weeding robot and farmhand
  • Development start: 2014
  • Pricing: Sells from €9,995 ($11.300)


The The Naïo Oz is the first robot developed by Naïo. This small LeFePo4 lithium battery powered electrically driven robot can be used as a farmhand and robot for many tasks such as seeding and planting, open furrow ploughing and mechanical weeding. The small robot weighs just 180 kg and for navigation it uses RTK GNSS following reference waypoints created in the field.

Drive train type

The robot is battery-powered and electrically driven.


The tool carrier in the back can lift up to 60 kg with the new front weight kit.

Navigation system

The Oz is guided by GNSS and RTK corrections via a cellular network provided from a local supplier. There are two ways to plan the paths. First is so called ROBO mapping and therefore the system guides you through the menu to set A and B and set the turning direction and the distance between the paths. The second method is to use the battery powered GNSS receiver, connect it via Wi-Fi with your smartphone and lock the relevant positions in your field. Afterwards share that with your dealer or the Naïo team to create a map and upload this via USB to the robot. Obstacles are detected with the pressure sensitive sensor in the front.

Look for all specifications in the table below.


Name robotOz
DimensionsLength: 1.30m/4.32 feet. Width: 0.47m/1.65 feet. Height: 0.83m/2.87 feet. Track width unknown
Turning radius1.0m/3.33 feet
Weight  150 kg (+30 kg for front weight kit)
Energy source  100Ah battery pack
Energy stock/range  Up to 8 hours
Driveline  4-wheel drive
Output capacity  Up to 1 ha per charge
Navigation systemGPS RTK guidance
Pricing  Sale. Prices range from € 9,995 ($ 11,300) to € 30,000 ($ 34,000), depending on the equipment and support required. You can also lease the Oz or purchase the robot and rent the antenna and the batteries.
Availability (countries)Is for sale worldwide
Units operational (total end 2021)  Units operational (total end 2021) 160. Over 230 by the end of 2022

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