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Learn how Carbon Robotics high-end LaserWeed empowers farmers to kill weeds rain or shine with the assurance of a 24/7 reliable Remote Control and Support solution.
Farms are a controlled environment where every action has a dollar value. Farmers are forced to choose between using increasingly scarce and costly hand labor, spraying harmful chemicals, or using mechanical solutions that disrupt and destroy topsoil. They are eager for options that offer economic savings, result in healthier higher quality crops, and are sustainable and regenerative for the future.
Carbon Robotics offers such a solution with its LaserWeed equipment which combines an AI deep learning technology, computer vision, robotics, and lasers to deliver high-precision weed control. Still, the acceptance of this wonderful and complex equipment among farmers needed the assurance of a reliable and secure Remote Monitoring and Management system to allow a multi-disciplinary team of technicians and engineers to access and service the 40+ cameras, 30+ lasers and other components of the LaserWeeder. Remote.It had the solution.
The Remote.It technology interconnects the LaserWeed machines, the field operators, if any, and the back-office technicians via a secure Virtual Private Network.
The Remote.It Device Package is installed on the NVidia Jetson or any other IoT controller on the LaserWeed using a simple SSH connection.
Depending on their level of user access, service teams can perform the following tasks remotely from a tablet or desktop:
About Carbon Robotics
Carbon Robotics produces revolutionary AI-powered robotic systems that precisely identify, weed and thin specialty vegetable crops using lasers with millimeter accuracy, while observing the conditions of the crop and soil in a field for later analysis.
In early 2022, Carbon launched the commercial LaserWeeder and began targeting large vegetable growers in Arizona, California, Idaho, New Mexico, Eastern Oregon and Eastern Washington State.