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October 12, 2020

A wine robot in the vineyards of Provence

The Indian summer, last moments of softness, last glasses in terraces (in the respect of the gestures barriers of course), the vines are adorned with orange, yellow, red, ochre colors.

Vignes de champagne couleurs automne

The Indian summer, the opportunity to take advantage of the frank sun rays of Provence to demonstrate Bakus, our vines robot.

It is with the view on the mountain of Sainte-Victoire that Bakus, in its L version (for semi-wide-grown vines) made its first turns of wheels in the south-east of France.

We let you admire the work of the electric vineyard straddle in this demonstration video (more than 100 000 views on Facebook while writing this article ….. and you? have you seen it? )

Equipped with electric intervines and opening tools (ploughs) to work the soil of the vineyard, Bakus is able to navigate in the plot in an autonomous way, under the supervision of the operator.

We particularly thank Mr. Yannick Robiglio as well as the Sainte-Victoire association for their welcome which is equal to the benevolence of the people of the south.

A return in images on this demonstration :

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