Agriculture | News | 15.02.24

Camso partners with Naio Technologies

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Naïo Technologies, a leader in agricultural robotics, and CAMSO, have established an R&D partnership to offer farmers and winegrowers new work tools that meet the demand for productivity and reduced environmental impact.
This work aims to adapt tracks on agricultural robots for more floatation, more accessibility and flexibility in the field, while reducing carbon emissions. The Naïo and CAMSO R&D teams move forward together on a draft of electrically driven tracks. Naïo brings its expertise in Augmented Autonomy technologies (accurate autoguidance, safety of crops and people, connectivity), within a certified legal framework. For its part, CAMSO provides its know-how in materials to offer high-performance products specifically designed to meet agricultural market’s requirement. CAMSO technologies developed in the medium term, on Naïo Technologies robots but also on other agricultural machinery.
Photo Caroline Shoenhenz Gaëtan Séverac
Through this partnership, CAMSO is looking for technical challenges and innovation. We are keen to pool our know-how and share with Naïo our expertise in testing processes and, more especially, respect for soils
Caroline Schoenhenze, Agriculture Product Leader at Michelin Group
Whatever the production systems, agricultural practices are evolving towards increased use of mechanical weeding. Increasing the number and frequency of passes is a concern for producer and they want to lower as much as possible the impact of the running gears on the ground – not forgetting numerous weather hazards, which can prevent heavy tractors with implements from working in the fields. Naïo Technologies has always aimed for robots with the lowest possible unladen weight and wishes to go even further to.
Naïo and CAMSO share the common objective of contributing to the development of tomorrow's equipment that will be used to feed the world. The two companies are collaborating to bring more productivity, while promoting decarbonization and the preservation of resources and soil.
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