Dynium robot
An Oxfordshire-based autonomous robotics company has developed a driverless tractor which is set to undergo its first major phase of on-farm testing in March ahead of a wide release within two years. Central to the Dynium Robot’s high-tech system is a combination of computer vision and light detection and ranging (Lidar) navigation software (used to create high-resolution maps by measuring the speed of laser reflections and wavelengths) to reduce the reliance on sometimes-patchy global navigation satellite system signal in keeping the […]
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