With its obstacle identification capability continuously improved through algorithms, the world's first visual navigation feed pushing robot is able to flexibly adjust its route for more efficient operation.
A 2.5-hour charge can power the robot for 22 hours of nonstop running across cowhouses throughout the day and night, keeping the cows well-fed all the time.
The robot uses a lithium iron phosphate battery with stable performance and long service life.
You can monitor the cowhouse conditions, such as the robot operation status and cow feeding status, on your smart phone, PC, or tablet, and intervene in time 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.
The robot automatically returns to the charging pile when the power is low, allowing you to focus on more important things.
You do not need to deploy magnetic nails in cowhouses where the robot travels with visual navigation, saving cost and time.