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Autonomous Mobile Machines in Agricultural Engineering - What's Next?

Autonomous Mobile Machines in Agricultural Engineering - What's Next? GUEST C OMMENTARY Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Thomas Herlitzius Head of the Department of Agricultural Systems Technology and Director of the Institute of Natural Product Technology at the Technical University of Dresden (Germany) Autonomous Mobile Machines in Agricultural Engineering – What’s Next? Agriculture 4.0 is the vision of the future, in which intelligent not yet ready for this type of growth. However, we will cer- systems are connected, communicating and cooperating with tainly see such developments in individual niches: in horticul- each other in a way that highly automated production becomes ture, in fruit growing, in smaller farms, or in organic farms. possible. There are already a large number of intelligent and Areas where higher value creation can be achieved and where digital helpers, and there are also more and more ideas for labor shortage has become a problem. There is a long transition smaller machines that can operate independently and driver- period to be expected and not all machines as we know them less. This would be a paradigm shift and fundamental change today will disappear. More likely, a new world of smaller intel- in agricultural technology. The trend toward larger machines ligent machines, capable of cooperating and interacting http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png ATZoffhighway worldwide Springer Journals

Autonomous Mobile Machines in Agricultural Engineering - What's Next?

ATZoffhighway worldwide , Volume 13 (1) – Mar 20, 2020

Autonomous Mobile Machines in Agricultural Engineering - What's Next?

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GUEST C OMMENTARY Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Thomas Herlitzius Head of the Department of Agricultural Systems Technology and Director of the Institute of Natural Product Technology at the Technical University of Dresden (Germany) Autonomous Mobile Machines in Agricultural Engineering – What’s Next? Agriculture 4.0 is the vision of the future, in which intelligent not yet ready for this type of growth. However, we will cer- systems are connected, communicating and cooperating with...
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GUEST C OMMENTARY Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Thomas Herlitzius Head of the Department of Agricultural Systems Technology and Director of the Institute of Natural Product Technology at the Technical University of Dresden (Germany) Autonomous Mobile Machines in Agricultural Engineering – What’s Next? Agriculture 4.0 is the vision of the future, in which intelligent not yet ready for this type of growth. However, we will cer- systems are connected, communicating and cooperating with tainly see such developments in individual niches: in horticul- each other in a way that highly automated production becomes ture, in fruit growing, in smaller farms, or in organic farms. possible. There are already a large number of intelligent and Areas where higher value creation can be achieved and where digital helpers, and there are also more and more ideas for labor shortage has become a problem. There is a long transition smaller machines that can operate independently and driver- period to be expected and not all machines as we know them less. This would be a paradigm shift and fundamental change today will disappear. More likely, a new world of smaller intel- in agricultural technology. The trend toward larger machines ligent machines, capable of cooperating and interacting

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Published: Mar 20, 2020

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