The Ibex agricultural robot climbs a hill© Ibex Automation Ltd
Designing farm machines that can work on steep slopes without falling over and injuring the driver has always been difficult. However, the maker of the latest tracked machine reckons that it’s well on the way to achieving just that. See also: Harper Adams robot navigates vineyard According to project manager Charles Fox, the Ibex “extreme mobility agricultural robot” can drive itself around steep grassland dairy and sheep farms identifying and killing weeds. Co-funded by the UK’s innovation agency, Innovate UK, […]
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