We’re working on a range of innovative projects involving robotics and intelligent software, such as unpiloted air and ground vehicles for farming specialty crops, trees, livestock, and weed management.

Farmers around the world are experiencing a number of pressures including the impact of climate change on crop yields, new pests, shortage of labour, increasing input costs and desires to reduce chemicals.

Air and ground robotic solutions coupled with on-farm artificial intelligence (AI) will have a significant role to play in supporting farmers to address these concerns.

We have been working with growers around the world and funded through a number of grower and government organisations to undertake research, development and operational testing of air and ground robotic solutions.

Our work has also received commercialisation investment.

Find out more here: ACFR Agricultural Robotics

Contacts

Sydney Institute for Robotics and Intelligent Systems
info@acfr.usyd.edu.au