Harper Adams University is hosting an international competition intended to promote the development of robotic systems for agriculture.

Harper Adams University is hosting an international competition intended to promote the development of robotic systems for agriculture being held by the Engineering Department on 13 to 16 June 2017.

Competitors are required to build a robot that is capable of completing a series of tasks that are typical of the type of applications field robots may be used for. This year there are four main tasks; basic navigation, advanced navigation, field mapping and crop spraying.

Full details of the competition and how to enter are available here

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