Robovator

Robovator

Like hand-weeding inside the row, there is no weed left all around the plant. A camera above each row detects cultivated plants and weeds, which are then eliminated.

The basic setting only has to be done once, afterwards only two values have to be changed to operate the machine in different plants or conditions.

Save yourself a lot of handwork – easy to operate and fully automatic.

Range of Uses

Hydraulic driven tools – robust and maintenance-free. Double-spectral camera with additional lighting.

High working speed up to 4 km/h.  Individual solutions, machines for 2-rows – 31-rows.  Mounting in rear or front.

Intelligent side shift automatically ”locks” onto the row. Accepts variation of distance between plants. The machine is powered only by the P.T.O shaft of the tractor.
Also working in bigger weeds.
It is easily possible to operate the Robovator in bad lighting and during the night.

Setting and monitoring is in addition to the screen possible with smartphone, tablet or laptop.

The plant is precisely detected because Infrared- and visible light are being used. Therefore the machine can also be operated on dark soil and red salad.
The Robovator also works fine in small orchard plants.

Robovator

Objective of use Fully automatic weeding all around the cultivated plant.
Range of use
  • Salad, cabbage, strawberries, onion, chives
  • small tree nursery plants, for example Box.
Operating principle Weeds and cultivated plants are distinguished with an optical system, the tools are then led around the cultivated plant.
Time of application 3 days after planting until harvesting – the machine is able to weed beneath the leaves
Mounting
Rear mounting
Row width 15 - 150 cm
Working width 2 - 15 m
Clearance ca. 20 cm
Working depth 2 - 4 cm
Working speed 1,5 – 3,5 km/h depending on the cultivated plant and the soil conditions
Number of rows 3 - 31
Optical System
Visible light + Infrared light
Specialities
  • Working 24/7 is possible
  • Monitoring with tablet, laptop or smartphone
  • Cultivated plants like onions or chives are captured sideways