Wall-Ye:Your Smart Assistant In The Vineyard (+VIDEO)

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A French inventor has developed Wall-Ye, a prototype robot that helps with mapping and pruning vines. As far as the work at a vineyard involves a lot of hard physical effort, Christophe Millot created a smart assistant, Wall-Ye to help you manage a vineyard. The robot is equipped with six cameras, ensuring an excellent view for moving around, mapping and pruning vines. Due to the huge built-in memory Wall-Ye can remember every single vine it handles and can even distinguish the parts that were last trimmed. It is planned, that the robot will soon learn harvesting grapes and will become irreplaceable for wine growing industry.

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