VIDEO: Working with field robots takes some getting used to!

11-02-2022 | |

Introducing a field robot or autonomous implement to a farm requires more than just pushing the start button. “It takes time to learn”, says Bram Veldhuisen, researcher of precision agriculture and robotics at WUR Open Crops.

In the last couple of months, we have provided you with videos on all kinds of field robot developments that were presented during the field robot demo day in the Netherlands. The AgXeed Agbot and the Agrointelli Robotti were put to the test, and their abilities have been discussed in detail in our videos. We have seen some other precision technology as well, like an adapted potato harvester and ‘butterfly’ plough, both for unridden cultivation beds. In this last video, Bram Veldhuisen gives a concluding view of the field robots that came into action during that day.

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The field robot demo 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.

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