While farming today requires a large investment in machinery, it generates relatively low revenue; and accommodating ecology demands asks farmers to invest more time and take more risk. Using robotics could help farmers with low value-added, time-consuming work, reducing costs and helping mitigate risk.
Every different crop and activity could have its own dedicated robot and process, but that would make the price of the final product expensive. The challenge is to cover the most number of crops and activities through a common platform, thus making farming ecology affordable.
Several different ecological farming robots using a powerful, common multi-task core system.
Farming tools for soil preparation, seeding or weeding have been manufactured for years by several leading companies across the world.
They cover hardware conception, industrialization, sale and maintenance; but they remain highly focused on traditional activities, so they refrain from doing something that disrupts the market.
Robotics offers a relevant solution for transforming to costly farming ecology into affordable alternatives. AgreenCulture supports all farm machinery companies to change a passive farming tool into a smart robot capable of agroecology with low financial risk.
The company offers a proprietary, highly accurate (2 mm accuracy) GNSS-RTK system that enables any robot to function safely and with a high level of integrity during operations.
AgreenCulture also offers a positioning guidance AI connectivity-cloud access box that is installed on all new robots sold by its industrial and commercial partners.
All robot developments for new farm machinery by our industrial partners start with a one-year Proof Of Concept. Testing in the market identifies technical difficulties, making our partners more confident to make bigger investments towards industrialization.
The 3DEXPERIENCE® platform enables AgreenCulture to make new development ultra-efficient by using a common set of requirements and specifications.
Using 3DEXPERIENCE® modelling and simulation allows the team to work faster from original idea to final product.
AgreenCulture intends to always respect
- Farmers (in offering a relevant solution for agroecology)
- Environment (in preserving with robots soil, air and water when running farming activity)
- Consumers (in proposing healthy production for all)
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