As regards the use of robots in the agricultural harvesting phases, the work to be done is greater in spring and summer. Given the reduced workforce that makes it difficult to keep pace with the nature necessities, the products fall from the trees and often rot on the ground, releasing harmful greenhouse gases to the environment.
A number of robotic farmers
who manage multiple crops simultaneously could be the best solution for agricultural harvesting. The robots would not replace humans, but would help workers to be more effective and constant, for example working all day and resisting extreme temperatures. All this enable to bring quality products to consumers’ tables, collected in the right period respecting the nature’s time.
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