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Agricultural engineers design early step for robotic, green-fruit thinning

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Credit: Pixabay/CC0 Public AreaPenn State agricultural engineers have developed, for the primary time, a prototype “end-effector” able to deftly eradicating undesirable apples from timber—step one towards robotic, green-fruit thinning. The event is essential, in response to Lengthy He, assistant professor of agricultural and biological engineering, as a result of handbook thinning is a labor-intensive activity, and the shrinking labor pressure i…
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Agricultural engineers design early step for robotic, green-fruit thinning

Penn State agricultural engineers have developed, for the first time, a prototype “end-effector” capable of deftly removing unwanted apples from trees — the first step toward robotic, green-fruit thinning.

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Agricultural engineers design early step for robotic, green-fruit thinning

Credit: Pixabay/CC0 Public AreaPenn State agricultural engineers have developed, for the primary time, a prototype “end-effector” able to deftly eradicating undesirable apples from timber—step one towards robotic, green-fruit thinning. The event is essential, in response to Lengthy He, assistant professor of agricultural and biological engineering, as a result of handbook thinning is a labor-intensive activity, and the shrinking labor pressure i…

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