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|desc=FarmBot is an open­source and scalable automated precision farming machine and software package designed from the ground up with today's technologies. Similar to today's 3D printers and CNC milling machines, FarmBot hardware employs linear guides in the X, Y, and Z directions thatallow for tooling such as plows, seed injectors, watering nozzles, and sensors, to be precisely positioned and used on the plants and soil. The entiresystem is numerically controlled and thus fully automated from the sowing of seeds to harvest. The hardware is designed to be simple, scalable, andhackable. Using the open­source web­based software package, the user can graphically design their farm to their desired specifications and uploadnumerical control code to the hardware. Other features of the software include storing and manipulating data maps, a decision support system tofacilitate data driven farm design, access to an open data repository, and enterprise class analytics.
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Latest revision as of 05:53, 10 November 2021


FarmBot 2

Basic Data

Category: Irrigation equipment

URL (first publication): https://farm.bot/

Keywords: Irrigation equipment, Irrigation system

License: MIT License

Project status: Active


Technical documentation

Maturity of the project: production / DIY


CAD files are editable: Yes

Assembly instructions are published: Yes

Bill of materials is published: Yes







yes

yes yes



Project management


Open-o-meter: 8

Product category: Business & Industrial


TUB.51.1.png

Description

FarmBot is an open­source and scalable automated precision farming machine and software package designed from the ground up with today's technologies. Similar to today's 3D printers and CNC milling machines, FarmBot hardware employs linear guides in the X, Y, and Z directions thatallow for tooling such as plows, seed injectors, watering nozzles, and sensors, to be precisely positioned and used on the plants and soil. The entiresystem is numerically controlled and thus fully automated from the sowing of seeds to harvest. The hardware is designed to be simple, scalable, andhackable. Using the open­source web­based software package, the user can graphically design their farm to their desired specifications and uploadnumerical control code to the hardware. Other features of the software include storing and manipulating data maps, a decision support system tofacilitate data driven farm design, access to an open data repository, and enterprise class analytics.


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