December 17, 2020
In Provence, we appreciate the good smells “of the south”, the sound of cicadas, the quietness of our environment. And this will not change with Bakus, a wine robot, in the vineyards.
Indeed, Bakus, the 100% electric and autonomous straddle tractor ensures mechanical tillage of the soil without noise pollution or the smell of phytosanitary products.
Those present at our new demonstration will be able to attest to this. Bakus works discreetly and autonomously.
Thus, equipped for the occasion with our electric intervines, our wine robot has once again proven its performance. Working alone on the long vines of the Sainte-Lucie estate, only remotely monitored by the operator. Bakus managed to blend in with the scenery.
Because a video is worth much more than words, find below the filmed demonstration.
Let us recall that Bakus, thanks to its electric propulsion, works in all discretion. With a sound volume of less than 70 decibels, your daily work will be profoundly improved.
Once the mapping and cartography is done, the robot can finally go about its work in total autonomy for more than 10 hours.
Capable of eventually carrying out most of the work in the vineyard, Bakus is the ideal companion, not to replace your teams, but to accompany the men and women in the field.
Because every operation is different. Every need is unique. Because each winegrower requires special attention in his accompaniment towards sustainable viticulture.
That’s why VitiBot is committed to your side throughout the process of transforming your operation.
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