Dino navigates your field autonomously with a 2cm precision range thanks to a guidance system that combines the information from RTK GPS and other sensors. Dino detects crops rows and adjusts the tools to weed as close to the plants as possible.
Works on lettuce, bok choy, celery, cabbage, cauliflower, leeks, cilandro … and much more!
Easy to use
Ease of use is a priority for Naïo Technologies’ team. Thanks to its intuitive interface, Dino is easy to use while being equipped with numerous security systems.
Tools for Dino
Camera guided implement Working on multiple crops
Beds US 76 to 84 inches (60 inches soon), EU 160 to 220cm
Navigation GPS RTK
Autonomy 8 to 10 hours
Energy Electric batteries
Speed 4 km/h (EU), 2 mph (US)
Safety Supervision tools, Bumpers, LIDARs
Weight 1t25 (2500 pounds)
Work output Up to 10 acres / day
Made in France
I’m impressed by its ability to differentiate crops from weeds and to navigate precisely within the overgrown plots.
The robot is now capable of carrying out real quality work with as good a performance as I had before with my towed hoe. It’s quicker than the tractor and the robot is easier to manage. It allows me some free time and, at least, means we don't have to work at the weekends.
Dino offers real time-saving and great uniformity when working the soil. I’ve checked it closely and the hoeing is excellent, however damp the soil is.
Sometimes with classical hoeing, you need to go over again by hand at least once to weed the row of leeks. That hasn’t been the case with Dino this year. Weeding is more efficient than classical hoeing.
Having become more familiar with the machine, we have learned to use Dino on plots where there are more weeds than average. The precision of Dino’s weeding is very satisfactory, not to say impressive.