Engineering company John Deere presented a modified version of the 8R tractor – it is equipped with Six stereo cameras, artificial intelligence and GPS, allowing to control it from a smartphone.
around it reach Daily mail.
The form was submitted in Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. It is noteworthy that the tractor will be put up for sale this year. theyWhile John Deere hasn’t announced pricing for his standalone system, the company expects it to represent about 10 percent of the equipment cost, or about $50,000.
stereo cameras, Covering 360 degrees to help you identify obstacles and calculate distances in advance. The cameras’ images go through deep neural network processing, which learns each pixel in about 100 milliseconds. The autonomous tractor constantly checks its position in relation to the geofence and works to the nearest inch.
In addition to the photo, a video of the presentation of the tractor appeared on the Web. To use the independent tractor, farmers only need to drive the machine into the field and start it. While the device is working, the owner can follow and monitor his work at the same time from his mobile device.
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