No one said innovation was an easy job, robotics included. Fraught with trial-and-error and iteration after iteration, change simply takes time and effort. The benefits, in the end, are what keep us going.
“Buoyed with the help of John Deere, Blue River is at the nasty, dirty and difficult intersection of robotics and the real world. While the solutions may take longer to germinate than many desire, success is inevitable. Robots will give us precision agriculture that will dramatically improve yields and just as dramatically reduce pesticide usage. Part of the 21st century will be found in dirt and dust of Herand’s test fields.” – Matthew Wallace, CEO.
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