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2022
14 Apr 2022

Service Robots 2022-2032: Technologies, Players & Markets

IDTechEx Report: Yulin Wang
21 Jan 2022

Agricultural Robots and Drones 2022-2032: Technologies, Markets & Players

IDTechEx Report: Yulin Wang
2020
30 Jul 2020

Autonomous robotic weeding: trends, technologies, players

This is the 4th article in our series of articles focused on agricultural robotics. In this article we consider the trends towards autonomous robotic weeding enabled by AI based vision technology and navigational autonomy.
19 May 2020

DeepField Robotics

We caught up with Dr Roland Tschakarow of Deepfield Robotics, a Bosch start-up. Roland has decades of experience developing robotic systems. Deepfield Robotics is a corporate start-up.
2017
26 May 2017

Agricultural robots: bringing data to least digitised major industry

Agriculture is one of the world's least digitized major industries. This is however all about to change. Indeed, data acquisition and analytics companies are already a hot topic, and as such are subject to growing capital investments. This trend is captured in the figure below.
2016
22 Sep 2016

Robotics is the future of agrochemicals business

Crop protection, chemicals and robotics at first appear totally unrelated, yet IDTechEx Research finds that steady improvements in agricultural robotics will, slowly but surely, fundamentally alter the crop protection chemicals business.
8 Jul 2016

Naio Technologies

6 Jul 2016

DeepField Robotics

Deepfield Robotics is a Bosch start-up focused on providing tools and services for precision agriculture. Deepfield is well positioned thanks to Bosch's strengths on IT services and sensory products.
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6 Jul 2016

Blue River Technology

4 Jul 2016

F. Poulsen Engineering ApS

23 Jun 2016

Tillet and Hague

(a Bosch startup)
15 Jan 2016

Adaptable multi-purpose robotic platform for the agricultural industry

The Bonirob robot, which is approximately the size of a compact car, uses video- and lidar-based positioning as well as satellite navigation to find its way around fields.