Qingdao Webull promotes online farming

Online farmingQingdao Webull Intelligent Technology is promoting ‘online farming’ by unmanned agricultural robots with an aim to increase farmer's income and get intelligent solutions for efficient and intelligent agricultural production

Foreign media journalists also visited Qingdao Webull Intelligent Technology to witness 'online farming' conducted by unmanned agricultural robots

Webull believes the intelligent agriculture relies on the trinity solution of "agriculture cloud platform + driverless vehicle + work robot".

Webull Intelligent Technology is engaged in the research and development of unmanned agricultural robots. Through the cloud platform, it can give instructions to the unmanned vehicles in the field remotely, and can carry out unmanned management of the whole process of farmland, such as spraying, weeding and picking, to replace 70% of the manual work. It can also collect data in real time to provide accurate data support for all aspects of agricultural production.

Webull developed the picking robot which is equipped with modules such as robot perception, motion control, planning and interaction, it receives and processes information through the central computing unit, microcomputer control module, sensor module, etc. At present, it can complete within 0.2s within one sq m. The single-handed picking speed is eight seconds/piece, and the recovery rate is close to 80%.

Webull Tank series driverless vehicle which adopt a crawler chassis with electric drive, a water tank capacity of 900L, a driving speed of 0-6km/h, suitable for standardised orchard spraying, mowing, transportation, picking and plants data collection.

During the novel coronavirus pneumonia, the first indoor unmanned disinfection robot was completed and put into operation in the hospital. It can greatly block the spread of virus, make it safer and save manpower. Based on laser slam technology, this disinfection robot can construct scene map, position and navigate in real time, and plan path independently.

Yin Benqiang, CEO of Qingdao Webull Inelligence, commented, that the combination of driverless technology and agriculture is to solve the problem of "who will do farm work". Through driverless, big data, 5G and Beidou navigation technology, motion control, neural network learning, multispectral, a variety of work functions of work robots in complex scenes can be realised.

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