It is the users who talk about it best. And that’s why we decided to interview some users of Bakus, our vineyard straddle robot, at the end of their two-day training.
Interview to be found below in video (French audio).
Here is some written feedback from each of the interviewees.
🙎🏻♂️ Mathieu, tractor operator:
“Bluffed, it’s simple. Very happy with the training and exchanges. Practice will do the rest.”
🙎♀️ Cléo, vineyard worker :
“It’s clean, I didn’t want to do tractor training because I’m afraid to ride on a straddle. The Bakus is a very good compromise and I find it aesthetically very beautiful.”
“I can’t wait to get my Bakus and use it. We were well received and we ate very well.”
🙎🏻♂️ Loic, vineyard worker and occasionnal tractor operator :
“Operation in a plot is simple. I’m not afraid to use it and I can’t wait to get them up and running in my area. I think I’m operational, it’s very intuitive.”
🙎🏻♂️ Anthony :
“I am fortunate to have the Bakus since this summer and I am impressed by all the efforts that the team makes on a daily basis to accompany us and find solutions.”
“We have complicated plots with many air outlets and they are on the way to succeeding in the bet we had set them: good tillage in total autonomy. Hats off to them and as long as it lasts that way.”
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