- Manufacturer: Naïo Technologies
- Robot: Ted
- Task(s): Mechanical weeding and cultivation in vineyards
- Development start: 2018
- Pricing: Sells from €125,000
The Naïo Ted − the latest development from Naïo − debuted in 2018. It shares its technology and driveline with the Dino, yet it resembles a straddle tractor for use in vineyards. Ted is easy to use. The universal mounting frame offers the possibility to adapt various tools. The robot offers effective and precise mechanical weeding, without herbicides, which respects your soil and crops. Ted can work 8 hours a day autonomously.
Drive train type
The robot is 100% electrical
Speed goes up to 6 km/h (Eu) or 3.7 mph (US). Length 450 cm, width 142-185 cm (adjustable) and height 200 cm (+/- 30cm adjustable).
Ted uses ultrasonic sensors to detect obstacles in vine rows, to decrease speed and – if necessary – to stop. It also has mechanical probes on its tools to ensure crop safety. The robot makes use of GPS RTK guidance and is equipped with on-board security system.
Look for all specifications in the table below.
|Dimensions||Length: 450cm, Width: 142 – 185 cm (adjustable), Height: 200 cm (+/- 30cm adjustable)|
|Energy source||Electric batteries|
|Energy stock/range||Up to 8 hours|
|Output capacity||Up to 5 ha per day|
|Navigation system||GPS RTK guidance|
|Pricing||Sells from €125,000|
|Availability (countries)||Is for sale worldwide|
|Units operational (total end 2021)||19|