Aardvark Group




Robotics has recently emerged as one of the most exciting and promising technologies in the agricultural sector. Driven by population growth and a declining farming labour force, the use of robots will become critical to the ability of the agriculture industry to feed the world in coming decades. Autonomous robotic systems can revolutionise agriculture by enhancing yield quality and efficiency, boosting overall productivity, and significantly reducing dependence on manual labour.


The Aardvark Group’s multi-role robotic vehicles are designed to be used throughout the arable crop cycle, from deploying ploughs and tillers to prepare ground, to planting or sowing and finally to palletising. The use of robotics in agriculture guarantees important farming resources, ensuring crops are harvested on time, boosting productivity, reducing waste, and cutting the overall cost of production.


The teaming of AGRI-Robots with unmanned aerial vehicles can dramatically enhance operational precision, driving the efficiency and economies of scale required to amplify arable output in large-scale agricultural operations.


In the face of the growing challenges of climate change, the Aardvark Group has also developed the capability to use autonomous AGRI-Robots to plant and nurture young trees, creating the much-needed ability to reforest large areas of land quickly and efficiently.


Aardvark’s new GEN2 platform can carry up to 7,000 saplings in one load and can plant a hectare of forest in less than 6 hours, equating to a remarkable 84,000 saplings in any 24-hour period.


The Aardvark Group’s range of multi-role robotic platforms is poised to enhance the global farming industry’s ability to meet the challenges of population growth while contributing to the worldwide effort to regreen vast areas of land.


The future of agriculture is bright, driven by the innovative use of robotics that promise to transform productivity, sustainability, and environmental stewardship on a global scale.


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