Author: AGROINTELLI

Brand-new model of AGROINTELLI’s robot

Brand-new model of AGROINTELLI’s robot

After nearly two years of extensive development, re-thinking functionality and improvements sparked ROBOTTI LR into life, AGROINTELLI’s new, long-range robot. LR is a single engine version, utilizing space in the modules for a diesel tank of 300 l capacity. It allows the robot to operate up to 60 hours nonstop before refueling. About ROBOTTI ROBOTTI […]

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First German distributor for ROBOTTI

First German distributor for ROBOTTI

AGROINTELLI and geo-konzept have the pleasure to announce their partnership which will extend the accessibility of robotic technology in Germany. They are together ready to start an exciting robotics journey where AGROINTELLI’s field robot ROBOTTI, will be from now on available to German customers with full support and service. The official contract has been signed […]

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Agrointelli raises an €14,5 million investment to help drive the future of agricultural robotics

Agrointelli raises an €14,5 million investment to help drive the future of agricultural robotics

Agrointelli investment Based in Denmark, the agricultural robotics company Agro Intelligence ApS (Agrointelli) has raised DKK 108 million (EUR 14.5 million) in debt and equity. The equity investment round, which was co-led by Nordic Alpha Partners and Vaekstfonden, will be used to scale production and accelerate the company’s international growth plans. Furthermore, it is Vaekstfonden’s […]

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New Robotti dealer (Switzerland)

New Robotti dealer (Switzerland)

We are enthusiastic to announce our new collaboration with Swiss based GVS Agrar Group, which consist of GVS Agrar AG, Agrar Landtechnick AG and their 9 daughter companies.  GVS Agrar AG GVS Agrar Group have early roots going back to year 1911, but are today represented by 270 partners, which facilities the process from sales to […]

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Internet of Food 2020

Internet of Food 2020

The Internet of Food and Farm 2020 (IoF2020) project accelerates the uptake of Internet of Things (IoT) technologies in the European farming and food chains with a view to strengthening their competitiveness and sustainability. The project is a result of the involvement of 71 partners that will strengthen the network, drawing together valuable knowledge. AGROINTELLI is […]

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SOILCARE

SOILCARE

The purpose of the SOILCARE project is to protect and improve Europe’s arable soil. The project will identify, evaluate and develop soil-improving cropping systems for European crop production while reducing environmental impacts. The benefits and drawbacks of the soil-improving cropping-systems will be evaluated, incorporating all relevant bio-physical, socio-economic and political aspects. The ability to apply […]

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FUTURE CROPPING

FUTURE CROPPING

The vision of the Future Cropping partnership is to increase turnover of primary plant production and agro-technology by at least 600 million DKK per year, create new jobs in the sector by 2030, and decrease negative environmental impacts of plant production. The innovative idea of this partnership is to integrate data from various information sources […]

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SAFE

SAFE

The vision of the project was to develop safety systems that permit agricultural machines to autonomously handle all significant physical hazards in the field. Today’s machine users are demanding reduced requirements for surveillance as well as maximum safety for humans and animals. This requires a significant improvement in all aspects of autonomous safety including: detailed […]

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