The demand for agri robots in the agricultural sector is expanding quickly. Farmers have no choice but to rely on a workforce of robots to ensure that their crops are planted, managed, and harvested because field labor availability is on the alarming decrease.
The agricultural robotics market is expected to reach US$7.88 billion globally by 2032, with Europe being the biggest market, followed by North America, Asia Pacific, and South America.
There are many various kinds of robots, including seeding and spraying robots, harvesting robots for fruits and vegetables, weeding robots, and aerial imaging units, depending on what the market demands. Here, we'll highlight a few of them.