Agricultural robotics is a field of engineering focused on the design, development and implementation of robotic systems for use in the agricultural sector. These robots are designed to help farmers improve their crop yield and reduce the amount of labor required for farming. Examples of agricultural robots include those used for harvesting produce, detecting weeds, and controlling pests. The robots are designed to be autonomous, meaning they are able to work without human intervention, and can be programmed to carry out specific tasks as needed.
Agriculture robotics, farming automation, crop yield, autonomous robots.
CITATION : "Mark Taylor. 'Agricultural Robotics.' Design+Encyclopedia. https://design-encyclopedia.com/?E=214550 (Accessed on March 25, 2023)"
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