Lead the way in Agtech

Robovision enables companies and automation solution providers to optimise processes and standardise machinery for modern agriculture with dynamic AI-based vision systems that scale.

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Nature’s complexity is holding back  large-scale automation

New automation technologies are already transforming agriculture. To deal with the complexities of the agricultural cycle,  machines will need to become better at seeing, learning and adapting. Vision AI can meet these needs. However, scaling out AI-powered machines is difficult, because moving from proofs of concept to production requires a way to handle changes. 

That’s where the Robovision platform can help. We enable companies to automate even the most complex agricultural activities and empower them to continuously adapt to the changes that impact their reality. 

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An intuitive way to adapt vision AI at scale

With Robovision, you can tackle the great variety of product types and climate variation that would be otherwise very time-consuming and costly to solve with hand-engineered solutions. 

Equipped with end-to-end lifecycle management, our platform allows you to centralise all your AI workflows and maximise speed to market. Applications can be easily developed, changed or adapted by those without a background in engineering or artificial intelligence. Whether it is only one machine or a fleet of robots, you can standardise your agricultural machinery and scale your AI-based vision systems with minimal support. 

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Creating value from data across agricultural sectors

Drawing from a decade’s worth of experience, Robovision-enabled applications have been implemented across the world. We offer a scalable way to automate farming and continuously create value from your AI-based vision systems with dynamic AI. 

tulip bulb planting machines with AI

Horticultural Robotics

Cultivating crops in greenhouses comes with its own set of challenges. Growers have to combat pests and diseases, monitor climate control conditions, and attract workers to do labour-intensive tasks. Now, advanced AI-based vision systems offer a way to efficiently automate complex greenhouse operations.

Robovision platform makes integrating visual AI into horticultural machines easy, enabling them to autonomously perform sowing, planting, deleafing, plant monitoring, fertilising and harvesting. With visual intelligence, your machinery not only helps growers increase their output, but also helps them cultivate high-quality crops and reduce food waste.

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Outdoor Robotics

Climate change, a growing population, and shortages of skilled labour. These are but a few of the structural challenges that outdoor farmers face. To future-proof agriculture, companies and governments are turning to smart farming. Commercially available weed bots, harvesters and drones are already seeing use on the fields.

Robovision is at the vanguard of this revolution, providing the visual intelligence for these smart machines through our AI-powered platform. With Robovision, farming automation applications can easily be adapted for different plant variations and scaled as businesses expand their use of AI. 

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AI-powered outdoor agricultural machinery developed by Robovision and ILVO
Ai-powered vertical farming

Vertical Farming

Vertical farms make the most with the least amount of space and resources. These highly data-driven and controlled environments require little to no human intervention. Companies use Robovision to develop vision-based systems in robotics that can autonomously grow, analyse and monitor crops from seed to harvest.

Robovision helps contribute to a more sustainable planet by advancing these vertical farming applications with the power of sight. Vertical farmers now produce yields tenfold to hundredfold higher than those of traditional farms, while making the most efficient use of fertiliser, soil and water. 

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Digital Phenotyping

Phenotyping takes agricultural science to the next level. Plant scientists and breeders base their decisions on the analyses of large amounts of crop data. But the labour-intensive process of collecting and analysing individual plant measurements is a bottleneck in traditional plant phenotyping.

Enter agritech. Robovision platform allows you to implement phenotyping applications that can tirelessly collect and analyse data autonomously with a consistency that humans cannot match. By gaining better insight, high-yield crop varieties can be bred that are more resistant to diseases and better adapted to an increasingly erratic climate.

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Digital phenotyping with ISO Grade machine built together with our partner ISO Group

Trusted by our partners

It’s real-world automation problems that kickstart most partnerships with Robovision. End clients increasingly demand intelligent automation solutions, which require the right AI expertise and software enablement to develop them. For this, automation solution providers in agriculture turn to an AI leader such as Robovision. Together, we develop scalable AI-based vision products that make their way to the real world. 

Robovision teams up with SEF to develop advanced robotics and algorithmic software

South Essex Fabricating (SEF) is a leader in premier greenhouse fabrication with over 20 years of horticulture experience. They are teaming up with Robovision to develop advanced robotics and algorithmic software. This partnership concretely shows the shift within the agriculture industry, where the future of agronomy will rely on robotics and data-driven technology.

Robovision partners with ILVO to develop the AI for a 5G weed recognition drone

ILVO is the Research Institute for Agriculture, Fisheries and Food of the Flemish government. It works towards greater sustainability of agriculture, fisheries and food sectors. For a test case led by ILVO, Robovision developed the AI for a 5G weed recognition drone. 80% fewer pesticides were used thanks to the drone’s intelligent weed mapping, bringing farmers one step closer to the EU goal of halving pesticide use by 2050.

Robovision partners with ISO Group to build next-generation AI-enabled automated machinery for agriculture

The ISO Group is a family-owned company based in the Netherlands. It develops innovative machinery for the horticultural sector to automate labour-intensive tasks such as plucking, potting and propagation. Robovision is the exclusive partner to supply AI-enabled computer-vision technology enabling it to increase the efficiency of processes, decrease labour costs and increase the harvest yield.

Why Robovision?

Your AI partner for building AI-powered agri-machinery

Years of Agricultural Sector Experience

Our AI solutions have already proven themselves among our clients. Robovision’s deep-learning vision technology is currently powering over 600 agricultural machines in complex and unsupervised production processes, ranging from stem cutting to tulip bulb planting.

Proven AI Technology

Our AI solutions have already proven themselves among our clients. Robovision’s deep-learning vision technology is currently powering over 600 agricultural machines in complex and unsupervised production processes, ranging from stem cutting to tulip bulb planting.

A Pioneer in AI & Deep Learning

As trailblazers in AI vision, we have completed many automation projects across different sectors over the past decade. Having pioneered 3D computer vision with deep learning to tackle complex projects, we are now leading the field of 3D deep learning.

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Agricultural Sector Success Stories

Using AI to reduce pesticide use up to 80%

Robovision developed and integrated a computer-vision model into a weed-detection drone for ILVO. Drone to accurately detect weeds and soil types as it generates an aerial overview of farming fields. Equipped with intelligence and vision, it can see and read any field, any time, no matter the conditions.

Integrating computer vision into agricultural robotics

For Florensis, ISO Group and Robovision worked together to develop a machine that automatically identifies, picks up and pots 1500 different types of plant cuttings. Florensis employees use Robovision to maintain and adapt the application themselves for each new plant cutting.

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