Robotti replaces the person who would previously have to sow fertilizer. The relatively easy work can be done by the robot, which is a big advantage for farmers.
During the field robot day in Lelystad, the Netherlands, Dutch company Abemec demonstrated their Robotti 150D with a light cultivator and a mounted seed drill. According to Luuk Banken of Abemec, the robot is interesting because it can work completely independently, thus replacing labor. Thanks to the low weight of approximately 3 tons, there is as little ground pressure as possible.
In an earlier video Robotti manufacturer Agrointelli provides details and specifications of the robot. In this video Luuk Banken, employee of mechanisation company Abemec, talks about Abemec’s work with the robot, the advantages, and the practicalities.
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The Robotti field robot was demonstrated during a Dutch demo day. The field robot day in Lelystad (the Netherlands) was organized by NPPL and Farm of the Future. NPPL is a Dutch organization that helps and supports farmers to apply precision techniques on their farms.