Farming is changing.
The ‘big’ technology that has provided us with food since the Second World War has stopped increasing yields. Farmers are spending too much money on countering the damage done by large tractors and
inaccurate per-field farming, while the yields they produce are static. Welcome to the fourth agricultural revolution.
Driven by technology that is intelligent precise… and Small. This is farming on a per-plant basis. Leading this revolution are three small robots called Tom, Dick and Harry, and their AI brain, Wilma. Together they are revolutionising the farming of the world’s biggest crops in a way that is more profitable for farmers, kinder to the environment, and produces more food for us.