Robotics

5 January 2021

Machine learning robotic lettuce harvester by ADHB-funded PhD student Luca Scimeca

9 December 2020

how to measure and reduce your carbon footprint and make your farm more efficient.

16 November 2020

This arable magazine covers a variety of AHDB-funded activities

16 March 2020

A new autonomous guided vehicle to help tackle the labour shortage in horticulture

17 December 2019

How is data, artificial intelligence and automation changing horticulture production in Canada?

25 November 2019

Images of automation and robotics in Dutch horticulture nurseries

25 November 2019

How have nurseries in the Netherlands embedded automation in their businesses?

6 November 2019

Can you grow a crop of tomatoes without anyone entering the glasshouse?

4 September 2019

AHDB to be knowledge exchange partner for new robotics centre at University of Lincoln

5 September 2019

Robotics funding to transform horticulture, a computer model to improve biopesticides and a new plum demonstration centre

14 August 2019

An exciting technological development in precision field vegetable production was demonstrated at Reading University’s Sonning Farm on 25th July. The new technology – eyeSpot – seeks to make a step-change in weed control for growers by both reducing herbicide usage by up to 95% and by working autonomously, eliminating the need for a sprayer operator.

1 August 2019

Will big machines disappear from agriculture?

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