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NAÏO TECHNOLOGIES

INTERNATIONAL EXPANSION IN PROGRESS

Naio Technologies has started its international expansion and we’re currently looking for local distributors outside of France. Should you be interested, please don’t hesitate to contact us

OUR PASSION

Our agricultural robots are designed to weed, hoe and assist during harvesting. They free farmers from these strenuous and repetitive tasks and allow them to concentrate on their productivity while preserving the environment.

OUR PHILOSOPHY

Our planet is currently facing important environmental struggles. The techniques applied to grow our food are gradually destroying the world’s variety in plants and animals. Naïo Technologies uses modern technology to provide a contemporary and efficient answer to this challenge.

OUR AMBITIONS

We want to provide all participants in the agricultural process with access to the latest technology to help them grow healthier, more abundant and more environmentally friendly crops.

NAÏO TECHNOLOGIES

AGRICULTURAL ROBOTS FOR EASIER FARMING

Your expert in agricultural robots and autonomous guidance and control.

For market farmers

Weeding robot OZ

Oz weeds and hoes vegetable crops all by itself to save time and physical strain !

For market farmers

Electric weeder COSI

The COSI electric weeder helps you weed and hoe effortlessly.

For large vegetable fields

Large weeding robot

A new weeding robot designed for larger vegetable beds and salads.

For wine growers

Vineyard robot

A multifunctional robot destined to weed vineyards and accomplish other tasks.

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OUR LATEST NEWS

Robots to reduce drudgery in agriculture – Naïo Technologies
On November 4, 2016      Comments

Maët Le Lan coordinates the Bretagne Sud Experimental Research Station in France. She’s already been testing the Oz farming robot for over two years in order to

First FIRA edition draws 200 participants to emerging field of agricultural robotics
On November 28, 2016      Comments

On November 18th and 19th, 2016, the first edition of the FIRA International Forum of Agricultural Robots drew some 200 participants to the Agronomic Engineering School o