Robot Farmers - How Robots Grow the Food in the Netherlands
Robots are taking over some of the most dangerous and physically demanding jobs.
For example, in the Netherlands, robots are being used to grow food. Milking robots have replaced humans in one of the most physically demanding tasks of dairy farming. What’s even more impressive is that this Dutch invention has been around since the 1990s!
The milking robot is part of a wave of robotic farmers that are taking over most of the tasks in Dutch farms. Traditional tasks that were done manually by humans or human manned machines are now being completely automated with the use of modern farming robots.
Robots are even doing the harvesting, picking the fruit and vegetables the humans have for thousands of year. Over $1 billion has been spent in these robotic innovations in 2018 alone.
These developments have helped propel the Netherlands into becoming the world’s second-largest exporter of food, after the United States. What’s even more impressive is that the Netherlands consist of an area smaller than the state of West Virginia!
The developments in the Netherlands prove how much robotic technology can be helpful when used properly. Robots are ideal for making lives easier and performing functions that help humans save time. The iCLEBO O5 can perform cleaning duties that humans normally do, freeing up time in your day to do other important work. It was built specifically for cleaning and can be it can be a major asset in keeping your home interior clean and free from dust and debris.
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Whether robots are being used in revolutionizing agriculture or in keeping homes clean and safe, we can rely on modern technology in robots to help us.