As the world’s first visual navigation feed pushing robot, RoboPusher Pro can flexibly adjust its routes in the feeding alley. This is because the obstacle identification capability has been greatly improved by advanced algorithms. As a result, the operation efficiency has also improved.
A 2.5-hour charge can power the robot for 22 hours of nonstop running across cowhouses, keeping the cows in a higher feed intake. The built-in lithium iron phosphate battery not only offers a stable performance, but also a long service life.
Thanks to the visual navigation system, you can monitor the cowhouse conditions, such as the robot operation status and cow feeding status, on your smart phone, PC, or tablet, and take your actions accordingly when necessary.
With a pushing speed of 18 m/min, the robot increases the feed intake substantially. The bidirectional roller ensures that the feed is pushed in the correct direction, maximizing the feed intake.
Automatic feed pushing reduces the risks of feed contamination and zoonosis transmission, making sure that there is continuous supply of feed pushing in front of the cows. This helps increase feed intake. The robot will automatically return to the charging station when the power is low, which enables you to focus more on other important things.
You do not need to deploy magnetic nails in the feeding alley where the robot travels with visual navigation. This saves cost and time comparing with the traditional ways.