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In 2016, Inria and Touti Terre launched a joint laboratory called Toutirobo-2 in order to enrich the possible interactions with the Toutilo electric agricultural vehicle and to make it partially autonomous as it moves. The project comes on the heels of a previous collaboration carried out by EPI Chroma using autonomous laser beam guidance on strips of farmland.
Inria and the SME Touti Terre have been working together since 2015 to develop Toutilo, a multipurpose crop-straddling cobot. The aim? To bring digital and other new technologies into the world of market gardening. And to make the work less arduous whilst at the same time increasing productivity. Mission partially accomplished already, and the research continues so that Toutilo can help farmers carry out - and plan - their daily tasks.