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At Antobot, we innovate with a purpose, partnering with exciting companies and renowned research institutions developing innovative solutions to real-world issues 

Project AREA-H

Project AREA-H

Funded by Defra in partnership with Innovate UK's Transforming Food Production Challenge, the project Accelerating Robotics and Embedding Autonomy in Horticulture (AREA-H) brings together fruit-picking robot specialists, autonomous robotics researchers, poly-tunnel infrastructure providers and soft-fruit growers to co-develop an affordable, adaptable horticulture-specific robotics support system. 

Project Status: In progress.

Project Vine

Project Vine

Supported by UKRI and Defra, this Research Starter Pilot, titled Viticulture 4.0: the digital infrastructure, aims to provide integrated digital solutions to enable planning and mapping of all vineyard infrastructure during design, construction and planting.

Project Status: In Progress

Project Air

Project Air

Supported by UKRI and Defra in the Farming Innovation Pathways (FIP) program, this project partners with the University of Loughborough and Deepdale Farms in Norfolk to explore the potential for combining the use of drones and ground robots in agriculture by installing a robust charging dock on the robotic platform utilising full automation. 

Project Status: Complete

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Our Project Partnerships

Project ATWAS

Our first project supported by Innovate UK which developed a prototype platform for fully automated track width adjustment so that our robots can adjust their platform to suit different spacing. 

Project Status: Complete. Patented.

Project IRaaS

We are part of the three-year Industrial Robots-as-a-Service (IRaaS) Project with the Intelligent Automation Centre, Loughborough University. We are contributing our modular robot platforms and unique uRCU® in developing resilient and responsive manufacturing systems enabled by rapidly deployable mobile robots.  

Project Status: In Progress.

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Project Insight

Project Insight

Supported by UKRI and Defra in the Farming Innovation Pathways (FIP) program, this project partners with the University of Bedfordshire, Agri-Epi Centre and Place UK with support from Bx of Bardsley England to develop our Insight robot's capabilities in monitoring of strawberries and apples from pre to post harvest. 

Project Status: In Progress

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