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“Ladybird” autonomous robot to help out down on the farm | Gizmag


curated by | July 2, 2014

“The University of Sydney’s Ladybird robot is capable of conducting mobile farm reconnaissance, mapping, classification, and detection of problems for a variety of different crops. … [It] is the culmination of a lot of previous work from a research team lead by Professor Sukkarieh at Sydney University, committed to the development of farming robotics in such things as sensory technology, materials advances and complex autonomous mechanisms.”

Source: www.gizmag.com

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