AS-PNCR-2

AS-PNCR-2
Agriculture Robot Prototype

AS-PNCR-2 Length

175cm

Length
AS-PNCR-2 Weight

280kg

Weight
AS-PNCR-2 Speed

2.8km/h

Speed
AS-PNCR-2 Agriculture Robot Prototype

TECHNICIAL SPECIFICATIONS

02.06.2011

Project Start Date

AS-PNCR-2 Project Start Date
280 kg

Weight

AS-PNCR-2 Weight
LEAD ACID (DRY BATTERY) 36V

Battery

AS-PNCR-2 Battery
100 cm

Width

AS-PNCR-2 Width
2.8 km/h

Speed

AS-PNCR-2 Speed
AS-PNCR-2 Technical Specifications
11.06.2012

Project End Date

AS-PNCR-2 Project End Date
175 cm

Length

AS-PNCR-2 Length
1 Pcs

Production Quantity

AS-PNCR-2 Production Quantity
87 cm

Height

AS-PNCR-2 Height
10 Hours

Battery Life

AS-PNCR-2 Battery Life

ABILITIES

  • Autonomous Beet Planting
AS-PNCR-2 ABILITIES
AS-PNCR-2 STRUCTURE USAGE FIELDS

STRUCTURE

  • Electromechanical drive mechanism
  • DC Motor

USAGE FIELDS

  • Robotic Agriculture

AKINROBOTICS AGRICULTURAL ROBOT AS-PNCR-2

The first robotic system that designed and produced by AKINSOFT Robotic Department and announced in May 30, 2011, PNCR-1 and successful result of ongoing R&D works agricultural robot prototype PNCR-2 has been placed in AKINSOFT and the world history.

Beet planting is a process that should be taken care of, based on special conditions, such as in many other crops. The PNCR prototypes are robotic systems that, according to these rules and circumstances, disengage the human error factor and carry land efficiency to the top.

The PNCR project, which has become a more specialized system with the adaptation of the necessary algorithms (control systems) by adapting AS-PNCR-1 to real terrain conditions, has been completed under the name PNCR-2. The electronic and mechanical structure was renewed, the mobility was increased and the system was operated with solar energy by using the batteries on it more efficiently.

Apart from the laboratories of the Robotic Department (AKINROBOTICS), the planting unit has also been tested in the laboratories of the Faculty of Agriculture of Selcuk University, and it has been proved that the system can sow with high accuracy despite the need of much smaller forces compared to traditional mechanical systems.