Implement: Smart CUltivator
Weeding tools: Mechanical, 2 blades
The Stout Smart Cultivator is a software-defined, tractor drawn implement that uses machine vision and artificial intelligence to cultivate and weed fields using mechanical blades. The AI model recognises each weed and each plant individually. The 2 m wide version has a capacity of 0.4-0.81 ha/h traveling at 2.5 km/h. Precision seed line tracking allows for tight machine to plant spacing. It is designed to work on 1.8-2 m beds and can cover up to eight rows in a pass.
The implement has a PTO-driven hydraulic pump and no hydraulic nor electrical connections to the tractor.
|Weeding tools:||Mechanical, 2 blades|
|Working width:||2.0 m|
|Capacity (max driving speed):||0.4-0.81 ha/h (2.5 km/h)|
|Weeds … close to plants:||Unknown|
|Suitable for (crops):||Numerous|
|Suitable for (row/bed widths):||1.8 – 2.0 m beds|
|Suitable for (weeds):||Any|
|Weed sizes it detects:||Any|
|Cameras capture weeding result:||Unknown|
|Cameras capture crop status:||Unknown|
|Usable day and night:||Yes|
|Availability:||US, UK, and more|