The technology for autonomous cars and self-driving cars is only just starting to mature.
But it’s a trend that’s already affecting the world of agriculture.
The first major commercial robots, the “robots that could run a farm” (ROBOTS), will be ready for the public in 2020.
And there are other projects underway that could impact agriculture in even greater ways than the ones mentioned above.
But what if you could make all your own robots?
The future is here, according to the folks at Aeon Robotics.
Aeon is developing a series of robotic platforms that can be designed and built with the same basic components that you would find in an average home.
They’re called “smart farm systems,” and they’re being built by Aeon, which is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California.
The idea is to provide farmers with a platform for controlling and monitoring the crops that they cultivate.
And they’re not just building a platform, they’re building a system.
It’s the first time in decades that an entire factory-size factory has been built in a single facility, Aeon CEO Michael DeFazio told me.
The goal is to build the farm as a single, fully automated machine that could be installed on your farm.
It will take just one hour for a farmer to build a farm robot, and it will last a full year.
That’s a massive amount of time.
The robots are also incredibly easy to assemble and operate.
You can use them to pick and pack fruit, and they’ll autonomously pick and deliver seeds and fertilizer to your plants.
A single farm robot will cost less than $1,000 and take up about 10 square feet.
There’s no human involved in the process, and the cost is shared between the farmer and the robots.
So farmers can simply hire an Aeon-manufactured robot to do the work for them.
The Aeon system has been designed specifically for the job, and in fact, the company has gone so far as to sell a few of its robots to farmers in Africa.
But DeFozio says he’s also been working with agricultural groups in Europe, Asia, and Latin America to design more efficient farm systems that could save farmers time and money.
There are other benefits to the system, too.
It reduces greenhouse gas emissions and could help farmers meet the goals of the Paris Agreement, which aims to combat climate change.
A system that could also save farmers money.
“If we can automate the whole farm process, we could save a lot of money,” DeFuzio said.
“And that’s where automation comes in.
We can automate that whole process for a very low cost, and that’s a big advantage for farmers.”
It’s a huge step toward the future that DeFonzie says is within reach.
“There’s a real possibility for this technology to save us millions of dollars per year on agricultural costs, and we’re seeing it already happening in some of the most beautiful areas of the world, where we have these amazing examples of agricultural productivity,” he said.
And for farmers who can afford it, there’s even a market for farm robots.
A lot of the farmers I spoke with said they were willing to pay for the systems if they didn’t have to take on the work themselves.
“It’s really the farm that you build, not the machine,” said Robert Kowal, a farmer in Oregon.
“We don’t need to have this robot doing everything else.
It would be great if we could automate that process.”
The system that’s being developed by Aechon is being built in Sunnydale, California, and is being tested out in the United States and Europe.
DeFezio says the first batch of Aechons will be deployed in 2018.
But he says the company is also looking into using the robots in more advanced production settings.
“Our main goal is for them to be available to the whole world,” he says.
DeCrazies team has spent the past few years developing a prototype that can build, drive, and operate a large farm, and DeFazo says that the company plans to begin building the full-size system in 2020 with an investment of $1 billion.
The company also hopes to have robots available to farmers as early as 2021.
“Farmers in developing countries who need this automation will be the first to get it,” DeCrazy said.
He added that he hopes the robot-making technology will eventually be available in factories, as well.
“You could build a robot factory in the US that could do everything that you need it to do, including doing the pick and plow, harvesting, harvesting the fruits, you name it,” he added.
“But if we can get that technology to a factory in China that can actually do that, it will be a game-changer for a lot more people than we’re aware of.”
The technology behind Aeon’s farm robots is called Agrobots, and while the company isn’t selling the systems