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Category: Dino Robot - Vegetables

On May 15, 2020

Dino’s brand new mechanical weeding service: WAAS!

Dino is our autonomous mechanical weeding robot. It weeds the land for plots of salad leaves, cabbages, leeks and other “green leaf vegetables”. It hoes multiple rows at the same time with heel sweeps or cultivator sweeps, and can also work between rows with Kress finger weeders. Several years of development and improvements later we
On April 14, 2020

Dino is keeping busy in America

Dino has been on American soil for over a year now! It has only been a year and a half, and yet Naïo has already built up its name and reputation amongst local experts. Simon, our Naïo representative based in California, told us about these last few months with Dino – which have been bursting
On January 15, 2020

Dino lettuce, entry to the desert (of Yuma)

After visiting the ranches of Salinas a few months ago, a return to America with Dino in California’s neighbouring state, Arizona. And more precisely in Yuma, where lettuce production is relocated in the winter. Here, the proximity of the desert offers favourable conditions for growing winter lettuce with a temperature of about 15 degrees during
On January 6, 2020

Naïo is back from the Agritechnica 2019 international trade fair

On the theme “Global Farming, Local Responsibility”, this year’s Agritechnica trade fair was an essential stop-off for Naïo’s teams. Feedback on an intense week, packed with meetings and events, at which our work and vision were recognised! From 10 to 16 of November, a Naïo Technologies delegation was present at Agritechnica, the world’s leading trade
On January 6, 2020

Oz in the Netherlands: taking stock of innovative agriculture with Abemec

Naïo’s long-standing supplier, and distribution partner in the Netherlands since the start of 2019, rapidly became the representative for our innovations on Dutch soil. Onsite demonstrations focusing on the market gardening robot Oz are already bearing fruit with its clients. Roel Van Erp, Head of Smart Farming at Abemec, discusses his reasons for taking a
On October 25, 2019

Rewarded at Agritechnica 2019, Dino reveals its complete solution for precision weed control

The Innovation 2019 silver medal winner revealed by Agritechnica, our Dino robot is now equipped with an innovative inter-plant weed control solution. By associating a deep learning crop detection technology with a precision electric in row tool, Naïo is capitalising on existing solutions and bringing its own know-how to the field of technological innovation. Dino
On October 7, 2019

DINO Lettuce is now equipped with an active tool prototype for weeding in the row

Lettuce celebrate! Naio’s R&D teams are currently working on the development of an active tool to weed in the row, around seedlings. Previewed at the Tech&Bio Trade Fair (France), Dino has just been awarded the silver medal at the highly prestigious Agritechnica Trade Fair 2019 for its global plant detection solution. The aim is for Dino’s inter-plant tool to
On July 8, 2019

The « Salad bowl », the new Eldorado of Dino

As we told you a few months ago, Dino crossed the Atlantic to reach the lands of California and conquer the lettuce fields. In the face of an increasingly stringent regulation on both environmental and social levels, the advent of robots in ranches of the western regions of the United States represents a real opportunity
On May 23, 2019

Weeding carrots, a nightmare in the field

For vegetable farmers who have carrot crops in the open field, weeding is very likely the most complex agronomic issue on their to-do list. In the current context, where phytosanitary products are limited in use, manual labour is short and where consumer expectations have evolved, the carrot sector is looking for new approaches to tackle
On May 20, 2019

Dino weeds garlic in French fields

Last April, Naïo’s Dino robot was invited by French farmer cooperative Valsoleil to show off its garlic weeding skills during a technical demo day. The Valsoleil Cooperative did not only bring together garlic farmers from the Drôme department, but also from the neighboring departments of the Tarn, the Centre and the Nord. Their presence highlights