Automation company develops robot that could diminish field labor

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An automation company in Florida introduces a fruit-picking robot that could diminish field labor.

The automation company Harvest CROO Robotics launched a new robot that could help ease farm work and reduce the cost of agricultural products in the market.

Harv can do the work of 30 people, pick five strawberries every second, and can cover eight hectares of farms every day. Furthermore, as farm workers are continuously reducing, the need for automation in farms are currently in high demand.

Through Harv, it would diminish the need for field labor but can train farm pickers to become technicians.

Source: Danielle Paquette, The North Platte Telegraph | Photo by Aaron Stanley, Flickr

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