alexa A robot to help improve agriculture and wine production

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A robot to help improve agriculture and wine production

The robot is part of the European project VineRobot, whose partners met recently at the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV). The project, in which the Agricultural Robotics Laboratory of the UPV is taking part, is led by the Universidad de La Rioja. Completing the consortium are the Spanish company Avanzare, the French FORCE-A and Wall-YE, and the Italian Sivis, together with Les Vignerons de Buzet, a wine cellar cooperative near Bordeaux; and the Hochschule Geisenheim University (Germany). The major advantage of this project is the availability of a large quantity of automatically obtained data that any user will be able to interpret easily, since it is represented on simple maps; as well as the wireless transmission of the information from the smallholding. "Robotics and precision agriculture provide producers with powerful tools in order to improve the competitiveness of their farms. Robots like the one we are developing within this project will not substitute the vine grower, but will facilitate their work, so they can avoid the hardest part in field.

 
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