Our Bakus robot in the vineyards

The Bakus robot

Bakus, the robot that solve the problems of sustainable viticulture

Bakus' strengths

Design tailored to the ground

The absence of a cabin reduces the centre of gravity , which makes it possible to survey steep slopes. Thanks to its size and low weight, it consumes little energy and significantly reduces soil compaction. The electric propulsion of the four steering wheels provides high and precise agility that allows perfect grip, even in slopes up to 45%. The innovative algorithms exploit this exceptional freedom of movement to optimize trajectories and work as closely as possible to the vines without damaging them.

Design tailored to the ground
Remote monitoring

Remote monitoring

A dedicated machine supervision service allows to guarantee the user experience. At the customer's request, our employees can remotely control their machine parks. They will be able to locate them, direct them towards new work to be done and remove any doubts if necessary without disturbing the customer.

Handle the robot

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The characteristics

The dimensions of Bakus
The dimensions of Bakus
Format One row straddle tractor
Motorization 100% electric | Brushless motors with planetary gearboxes
Guidance 100% autonomous | TOF (Time Of Flight) cameras
Capacity 80 kWh
Maximum speed 6km/h (3.73 mph)
Autonomy 10 working hours
Recharge 2h with a quick charger
External dimensions 1.65m x 3.50m x 1.75m
Weight with tools 2,500 kg
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