Bear Flag Robotics is a start-up by Igino Cafiero and Aubrey Donnellan who wants to see the automation to make its way to the green fields from the metropolitan area. Hence their first product is a self-driving tractor.
Bear Flag Robotics is developing self-driving technology for tractors and implements.
Our mission is to lower the cost of farming through automation. The software developed for the tractor, autonomously navigates with or without GPS using state of the art perception sensors and robotic actuators.
Investment in autonomous technology can return up to 75% of existing tractor-driving labor costs to growers.
Leave the redundant and time consuming work of plowing the lanes to the self-driving tractors while you get something else done. With each additional retrofit kit, operators can multiply their productivity in-field.
Anybody can get tired doing the same work for days on the field in scorching heat. No wonder that it affects the overall productivity of the labor. Automation technology can help in the hard labor like this. Automating monotonous operations frees workers to do safer, more satisfying work.
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