Oz works completely autonomously thanks to its RTK GPS guidance system. Free up time for other tasks!
An easy-to-use tool that brings peace of mind to operations management.
Oz reduces the risk of loss of production and therefore helps to secure operating income.
145 circulating Oz Robots
7600 accumulated working hours
48 countries where Oz can be found
High side trailer
A multifonctional robot
Length 130 cm
Width 47 cm
Height 83 cm
Work output 1000m²/hour
Weight 150 kg
Energy 100% electric
Autonomy Up to 8 hours
Motorization 4 wheels driving
Traction 300 kg
Made in France
Speed Up to 1.8 km/h
Navigation RTK GPS
I bought the version of Oz with the camera and lasers 3 years ago. Since last March, it has been fitted with GPS for greater precision. This has revolutionised the way it works: I’m very happy with it! There’s a huge gain in time, as well as the rows being cleaner.
Precision is important for organic farming. Thanks to Oz, we can reduce working on the soil and have precise mechanical weeding.
Thanks to the robot’s development and its RTK GPS guidance, it’s perfect! Many fewer constraints, no more stoppages for a blade of grass, quite simply a joy! We can really leave it to work alone and it’s changed our lives.
It’s a tool with a future, so you have to give it an opportunity. My grandfather was the first in this community to have had a tractor. At the time, everyone told him “That won’t be of any use and nowadays everyone has one…
After having studied the cost price of weeding on the farm and tested Oz on our land, we decided to go for it!
We had great difficulty controlling the grass growing on our plots, so we made the choice of acquiring Oz and we have practically eradicated all our mulching. At the beginning, Oz had to be adapted, but the results are there; it’s much more efficient than us and we have been able to control the weeds.
Thanks to the work done by Oz, the soil is more alive and I feel that the wicker is in better condition and less sensitive to diseases, plus we no longer use chemical weedkillers.
In four hours, it can do the work that one person would normally do in two days! Before, we often had to come here on Sunday mornings because there was grass. Now, you can put it in front of the plot and it’ll do it on its own; we finish earlier in the evening too.