Landes Department, France
You may have seen him on the side of the road, between Mont-de-Marsan and Tartas. Since June, a funny robot remote-controlled lawnmower cuts the grass on along the 2×2 lanes. The craft is remotely controlled by an agent, several meters further.
Heavy over one ton, more than two meters long, the robot mower is currently in test phase along the 2×2 lanes. For the moment, three agents are trained to use it, including Gregory, present on the spot that day: "I have a joystick to move forward and backward, up and down, and a knob to adjust the speed. Its use is relatively simple, it is within reach of all agents. "
The robot-mower aims to first of enhance the safety of agents working along the roads. "In a more traditional way, the mowing of the grass requires the arrival of special machines, such as brushcutters. It is necessary to block an entire lane of the road, which hinders the drivers and can put the agents in danger", entrusts Jean-Luc Crabos, in charge of the Specialized Territorial Unit in charge of 2×2 routes.
But for Grégory, the agent trained to use the robot, the machine is not intended to replace all the machines : "I prefer to be behind a slide, safe, and follow the machine, to be on a tractor. The machine is more mobile, we can see the terrain better. After each choice, I think that the robot can not completely replace the traditional brush cutter, and the tractor will not be able to do without the robot-mower. "
This machine cost nearly 70 000 € in the Landes department. For now, the robot is in the testing phase. A report will be made at the end of the mowing season, around October, to evaluate its effectiveness.
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