Crover creates robotic grain storage solutions for improved and automated monitoring and management of grains.
Their technology works in any environment made of bulk solids and powers, like sand dunes, heaps of grain, mineral bulks, chemical powders and even loose Martian terrain.
Crover have been working collaboratively with farmers, Dyson Farming, academics to develop a grain monitoring solution which can reduce losses, and provide autonomous Grain Storage Management system.
Crover aims to integrate this sensor onto their CROVER robot, the world’s first ‘underground drone’, which swims through grain bulks.
On Tuesday the 14th March we will be at Manor Farm by kind permission of Rob Addicott and Jeremy Padfield of Stratton Farms.
You will have the opportunity to view live the robot at work in the grain store.
Who can attend: Industry and farmers are welcome to attend this event
Location: The Old Stables Manor Farm, Stratton-on-the-Fosse, Bath BA3 4QF
Timings: 10.30am for 11am start.
This event is free to attend and will include a networking lunch