Stalker was interested to note the news that a robotic mushroom picker is being developed in Canada.
The new machine is the brainchild of the Robotics and Automation team at Vineland Research and Innovation Centre (Vineland) in Ontario. They’re hoping to revolutionise the way harvesting of mushrooms is achieved in the Canadian industry.
The team say; "We believe our unique technologies could revolutionize the mushroom industry globally, not just in Canada." Stalker can’t wait to read how the machine fares in the real world.
With the automated picking machine that was developed in Northern Ireland by Axis, and the Dutch efforts of the Plukrobot being lead by the Methore group, it is always very interesting to see how the world of robotics is progressing when it comes to mushroom harvesting.
9/27/2015 10:42:47 AM Dear sir
Unfortunately we dont have enough technical details about the robotic system . hope we can get .
hasan kashani , lebanon beirut