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  • What type of crop is CEOL suitable for?
    CEOL mechanically maintains the rows and inter-rows of perennial crops, especially vines.
  • Do the regulations require the presence of a human near the robot, when it is in autonomous mode?
    CEOL can work without the need for human supervision, thanks to the safety devices put in place (Safencing, the virtual safety contour certified by Agreenculture). Safencing is the guarantee that the robot will not leave this predefined contour when surveying. The farmer can therefore let the robot work independently to perform more rewarding tasks.
  • What are the safety devices? How does CEOL react when faced with an obstacle in its path?
    CEOL is equipped with various sensors allowing it to evolve in its environment while respecting the presence of humans and animals: - Safencing: virtual security fence to certify that CEOL will not be able to leave its defined work area - Remote sensors: detect obstacles from a distance, slow down or stop the robot - Sensitive bumpers: extra layer of safety to stop the robot in case of contact - Emergency stop buttons - Audible and visual alerts
  • What is the maximum speed of CEOL?
    CEOL can work autonomously from 0.5 to 6km/h.
  • What is CEOL's mode of traction?
    CEOl has agricultural tracks which give it good stability as well as good traction which make it more suitable for open field work. The choice of tracks is also important to limit soil compaction and have wider intervention windows.
  • What impact does CEOL have on the floor?
    The footprint of CEOL on the ground is similar to that of a human foot. Thanks to its tracks, CEOL's weight is better distributed and only exerts a pressure of 215g/cm3 on the ground.
  • Is CEOL complicated to use?
    Co-built with farmers, the design of CEOL has been thought out in such a way that the parts are accessible and can be changed quickly. Regarding interfaces, we have qualified people in UX/UI design who are dedicated to building ergonomic digital applications.
  • How is CEOL transported to the plot to be worked?
    Due to its low weight, 900kg, CEOL and its tool are easily transportable on a conventional trailer, or in a utility type vehicle.
  • Can the robot work on slopes and slopes, muddy or difficult terrain?
    CEOL can work on up to 45% slopes and 13% cant. CEOL is able to work in wet ground thanks to its tracks.
  • What sets you apart from other autonomous robot builders?
    Agreenculture has its own positioning & guidance system. The expertise is multiple. We master positioning, guidance, optics and AI, UX & UI design, and finally mechanical design and embedded systems. Our CEOL autonomous robot is: Soil friendly Autonomy of 20 hours on average Easy to carry Easy to maintain Ergonomic Holds interesting energy yields
  • What attachment system is there on CEOL for tools? And what kind of tools can be hung?
    The hitch system is a category 3 point system 1. We have tool-carrying frames of different sizes (inter-crop blades, clod breakers, kress fingers, digging blades) as well as grass choppers.
  • Does CEOL have a PTO?
    CEOL is not equipped with a power take-off. The animation of the tool is done in an electrical way, either directly as on the mower or through a hydraulic pump driven by an electric motor.
  • How many kilos can CEOL tow?
    CEOL has a lifting capacity of 400kg and a pulling force of 750kg.
  • Do you plan to develop other ranges of tools?
    We surround ourselves and work with experts in the field. We have partnerships with Nobili Boisselet and ID-DAVID with whom we worked to expand our range and offer more complementarities to farmers.
  • When do you plan to market CEOL?
    We invite you to contact with our sales department for more information about robot orders and deliveries.
  • Should beacons be put in place to delimit the plots?
    The Safencing device allows us to overcome any type of fence or beacon.
  • What is the positioning accuracy?
    At Agreenculture, we have developed our own GNSS RTK system, ASIL B certified. The AGCbox is a reliable and integrated guidance and positioning solution guaranteeing precision to 2cm.
  • How is the survey done?
    Surveying is carried out using an AGC kit. A surveyor will identify the crop rows, the safety contour, as well as all the obstacles in the plots, with the aim of creating a virtual exact copy of the plot so that the robot can guide itself.
  • Do you rely solely on GNSS-RTK for navigation?
    The precision of our GNSS RTK solution is sufficient today to guide a machine and its tool while respecting the culture.


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