The VTE 3.0 field robot marks a pinnacle of innovation in the agriculture industry, embodying a remarkable fusion of state-of-the-art technology and agricultural expertise from two renowned entities, Krone and Lemken. This autonomous marvel is a product of the ‘Combined Powers’ initiative, a collaborative endeavor that seeks to propel the agricultural sector into a new era of automation and efficiency. The VTE 3.0 is more than just a machine; it’s a robust, reliable, and intelligent field companion designed to tackle a multitude of agricultural tasks.
Although the VTE 3.0 is relatively new to the market, it has already garnered attention and appreciation from its early adopters. Farmers praise its ability to autonomously handle various field tasks, which not only saves time but also significantly reduces the manual labor required. The ease of control via mobile devices and the seamless communication between the attachment and drive unit have also been lauded as groundbreaking features that simplify farm management.
The hallmark of the VTE 3.0 is its autonomous operational capability which significantly reduces the demand for skilled labor on the farm. This is especially beneficial in the current scenario of labor shortages in the agricultural sector. Moreover, the precise and consistent work quality delivered by the VTE 3.0 ensures that the farm operations are carried out optimally, thus maximizing productivity and minimizing wastage. Its year-round operational ability ensures that farmers have a reliable assistant, come rain or shine, enabling a sustainable and efficient farming model.
- Drive Type: Diesel-electric
- Total Output: 170 kW (230 PS)
- Control Interface: Mobile devices
- Communication Module: Agrirouter
- Attachment Interface: Three-point
- Tested Applications: Grubbing, Plowing, Sowing, Mowing, Turning, Swathing
- Sensor Systems: Extensive sensor systems for environment and equipment monitoring
About Krone and Lemken
Krone and Lemken are two prestigious names in the realm of agricultural machinery. With a rich history spanning over several decades, they have continually evolved to meet the changing needs of the agricultural community. Their journey towards innovation led them to collaborate on the ‘Combined Powers’ project, heralding a new chapter in autonomous farming solutions.
Krone, headquartered in Spelle, Germany, has been a stalwart in the agricultural machinery industry since its inception in 1906. With a global presence, it has continually set new standards in quality and technology.
On the other hand, Lemken, established in 1780, is one of the oldest and most respected names in the industry. Headquartered in Alpen, Germany, Lemken’s rich heritage and unwavering commitment to quality have made it a preferred choice for farmers worldwide.
Together, under the umbrella of ‘Combined Powers’, Krone and Lemken embarked on a mission to develop an autonomous system that could redefine farming operations. The result is the VTE 3.0, a field robot that encapsulates their shared vision of a technologically-driven and sustainable agricultural landscape.
For further insights into the revolutionary VTE 3.0, visit Krone and Lemken’s official page.