From seeding to weed control, and from harvesting to sheep shearing, agricultural robots have replaced humans globally. They can be used for various herculean tasks such as pruning, seeding, spraying, and monitoring crop growth.
Agricultural robots are gaining more attention among the farmers owing to the increased need of production materials, introduction of virtual reality, and the involvement of automation technology in agricultural science. In its recent report on agricultural robot market, Allied Market Research stated that the agricultural robot market will grow at a considerable CAGR from 2017 to 2023. The shortage of farm workers, lack of bees for pollination, and increased requirement of agricultural products grew the market of agricultural robots.
Agricultural Robots Balance the Labor Shortage
A study published by the professor of the University of California stated that the most of the hired farm labors are immigrants, and many of them do not have full and proper doccontinue reading →