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Naïo Technologies unveils plans for international expansion in agricultural robotics market

Naïo Technologies, a company in agricultural robotics for nearly 10 years, is accelerating its international development strategy, moving beyond the context of technological innovation in order to consolidate its worldwide growth and launch a new RAAS business model.

Oz, the versatile farming assistant used worldwide
Designed almost 10 years ago now, at the launch of Naïo Technologies, Oz has undergone many improvements since its beginnings and has won over farmers’ hearts. In just a few years, it has got better than ever. 100% autonomous thanks to its RTK GPS guidance, EC certified, very easy-to-use, electric, and super-precise, it has now become the ideal multi-task and multi-crop, environmentally friendly assistant.

It can make furrows, sow seed, hoe, weed in the row and between rows, help with harvesting and even transport loads thanks to a variety of adaptable and interchangeable tools. Oz has become a very versatile robot covering a wide range of crops: garlic, onions, carrots, salad crops, spinach, celery, sweet peppers, cabbage, squash, wicker, vine nurseries, ornamental nurseries, cut flowers, seed production, herbs and many more.

By carrying out time-consuming, tedious and repetitive tasks in complete autonomy, it allows the user to free up some time for carrying out jobs with a higher value-added, thus contributing to a better profitability for his or her farm.

After having been first developed within France, it has very quickly been sought out by many international clients. As of now, Oz has conquered Germany, Belgium, Denmark, the Netherlands, Poland, the Czech Republic, Sweden, Canada, the United States and New Zealand and its position in the market is continuing to expand rapidly.

Naïo Technologies is not stopping there and is actively seeking to introduce this little agricultural assistant into many other countries through the birth of new retail partnerships. Making Oz’ versatility evolve is also among future objectives. A whole range of tools to help the planting and maintenance of vegetative cover will be easily adaptable on the robot.

In just a few figures, today Oz represents:

  • 150 robots sold
  • 150 robots in circulation worldwide
  • 6,149 missions launched since the beginning of 2021
  • 300 hectares worked in 2021

For more information:
Julien Laffont
Naïo Technologies
Tel: +33 7 86 89 16 13

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