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Towards Future Farming: Mainstreaming Robotics and Automation in Agrifood

With a budget of 7.9 million euros funded by the European Union, the Robs4Crops project aims to accelerate the transition to robotics and automation in European agriculture. Led by the University and Research of Wageningen (WUR), the mission of Robs4Crops is to show that robotics brings precision and feasibility to daily and repetitive activities, therefore reducing the unpleasantness of certain tasks. The project started on January 1st, 2021 for a duration of 4 years.

Research

Integrating innovative technological solutions, such as artificial intelligence, smart robots and sensors with well established agricultural practices

Industry

Leading European technology developers are working together towards building the agricultural robotic solutions of tomorrow!

Farming

Farmers and food producers are providing valuable input and communicating their needs in the process of robotics development for agriculture.

Our Team

Robs4Crops consortium is a diverse and dynamic network of partners, representing key players in pure robotic science and engineering, agricultural robotics industry, agricultural and social sciences, real-world farming, and sustainability-driven innovation practices and collaborative business models.


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A Note from the Coordinator

“Agriculture is very sensitive to the cost and scarcity of labour. And making cultivation practices more efficient and sustainable is critical. Robs4Crops is a game-changer in revitalising the European food and farm industry and the vital catalyst in accelerating the adoption of high-tech robotics and automated technologies in agriculture.”
Dr Frits van Evert
Senior Scientist at Wageningen University & Research

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