November 12, 2020
Thus, after the submission of a dossier in June at the ViniTech Sifel 2020 innovation awards, we have just learned that our electric intervines have been awarded the bronze medal in the “cultivation techniques” category. 🥉🥉
As a reminder, we have developed electric Interceps for our vineyard robot BAKUS.
Their main strong points?
They avoid possible projections of hydraulic oils on the vegetation and the risks of contamination.
Equipped with a flat weeder blade (inclined slightly forward), they allow, among other things, high-precision work in the vineyards.
These are mechanical soil working tools, offering adjustments and sensitivity settings, via the mobile application, for the blade and the probe. This even during the working session.
Torque sensors continuously feel and detect the vines, offering a reactive system that combines power and gentleness when working the soil.
Finally, they allow a more intelligent work of the vine and a feedback of data to the winegrower.
He can thus diagnose his vine at any time:
The opportunity to discover or rediscover our intervines in action with this video presentation.
We propose to you below an image gallery of the intervines. Do not hesitate to contact us for more information.
An internationally renowned wine producer, the Louis Moreau estate is located in the heart of the Chablis vineyards in “Bourgogne” – France. Following a promising demonstration by Bakus