For agricultural robotics to be more widely adopted, farmers will need services to help maintain and repair intelligent systems. EkoNiva Holding Co. and Cognitive Pilot have signed a three-year agreement to outfit farm machinery with the C-Pilot autonomous driving system and create a service network across Russia.
This Moscow-based startup is sending agricultural machinery into the AI age.
Cognitive Pilot today announced what it claimed is “the world’s largest autonomous driving project for agricultural machinery” with Rusagro Group LLC. The companies plan to test Cognitive Agro Pilot, a Level 3 autonomous driving system for combine harvesters, tractors, and sprayers.
Cognitive Pilot together with Sberbank completed the first transaction on the sale of the autonomous control system for agricultural machinery Cognitive Agro Pilot in the Rostov Region
A Russian project for driverless agricultural vehicles has launched what it claims is the first open source AI dataset.