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Lincoln to create first Global Centre of Excellence in Agri-robotics

Updated: Jun 17, 2020


The UK's first global centre of excellence in agri-robotics research will be created at the University of Lincoln, with the announcement of significant Government grant funding today (Thursday 13th June 2019).

Lincoln Agri-Robotics will be established as a major new research centre bringing together world-leading expertise in robotics, artificial intelligence and agriculture, based on the site of the University's working farm.

The University of Lincoln is already spearheading the development of next generation robots for agri-food production which will help streamline and maximise processes throughout the entire food industry, from farm to fork. This new funding, from the UK Government's Expanding Excellence in England (E3) Fund through Research England, recognises the University's commitment to supporting farms of the future and will enable its researchers to scale up their work tackling pressing issues facing the global food chain.


Source: fresh Plaza

Berries harvested by robots.
Agri-robotics for berries.

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