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OLANDA - CULTURA DE LALELE - ROBOT


LISSE, NETHERLANDS - MARCH 24: Allan Visser, a third generation tulip farmer shows 'Theo' in action, the H2L Robotics creation, an autonomous vehicle in the tulip fields, helping in cost reduction and in healthier farming with less chemicals in Lisse, Netherlands on March 24, 2024. The robot is using sensors, while is scanning and taking thousands of images per second, analyzes the data and sprays those flowers which are affected by Tulip breaking virus TBV with a solution that kills only the sick plant and prevents the spread of the virus. The machine is utilizing GPS coordinates, sensors and uses AI to identify and pinpoint the flowers while it is controlled by a mobile app or manually. The robot can work up 24 continually day or night reducing for labor cost in the fields, as previously people manually checked the plants before the harvest, during sorting, but also improving the fields performance as it prevents the virus to be spread and loose the neighboring plants. It is also a solution to reduce the chemicals used to kill to the flowers as it is precise. This technology not only reduces labor costs but also minimizes the need for harmful chemicals, ensuring healthier farming and agriculture practices. The Robot has the nickname Theo from Theo van der Voort, honoring a retired employee who was doing this job. Nikos Oikonomou / Anadolu/ABACAPRESS.COM
Detalii fotografie
Loc:     Lisse, Netherlands
Sursa:   Hepta/Mediafax Foto
Fotograf:   ABACAPRESS/Hepta
Data:   8 Aprilie 2024
Dimensiuni:   5600 x 3733 (2.84 MB)
Cuvinte cheie:
ORIZONTAL AGRICULTURE ROBOT ROBOTS AGRICULTURA LALELE OLANDA CULTURA ROBOTICA TEHNOLOGIE ROBOTI