Robots are doing everything to grow crops and keep growing.
Not only that, but a startup in California now sells products that have been planted by a robot.
The company that operates the mechanized and hydroponic farming system is taking the first step toward going to the market in California.
Several types of leafy vegetables grown by the robot were placed on the shelves for sale for the first time, including lettuce and a kind of basil.
The company’s automated farms use a range of robotic tools to produce its products, including a machine arm capable of picking up and planting seedlings, a computer system called the brain, which provides automatic instructions for farming.
The ability to deliver fresh and organic products in a low area among the advantages of their automated systems.
This may also create a number of benefits, both in terms of the environment by reducing the amount of fossil fuels used for transporting the products, and from a cost perspective means fewer miles spent Less money.
System is able to provide about 30% of production per acre of the regular farm.
The process includes a range of techniques such as automatic tractors, unnamed air vehicles and intelligent irrigation systems.
However, automated systems to date require some human input, so humans still have to choose the product and help grow it.