TALLINN - The Estonian company Trackdrone OU is developing an unmanned tractor that would be capable of performing simpler gardening and maintenance jobs and ploughing snow in the winter.
“For the start the tractor is planned to be controlled via a mobile device using image from an onboard camera,” Kaspar Koov, one of the founders of the company, told BNS.
He added that in the future the tractor could operate independently using positioning data and data from sensors.
Koov said the initial goal was to have the tractor perform simpler gardenin...
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