This year, for the first time, the result of the freestyle task was included in the overall ranking of the field tasks. Team FREDT was very successful with their robot Helios evo. They won the overall field prize. The second prize went to Carbonite and ATH Rover came in third.
In the field this year’s Sensing & Mapping task had an additional task requiring robots to remove 5 cans and place them outside the crop on the headland. Carbonite won because it managed to deliver all cans to the headland, Bullseye became second with 4 cans and CERES II third.
In the sensing and mapping task, the robots scout for five weeds and five cans in the field. It was one of the most difficult tasks in the 2022 competition. Only 3 teams managed to earn points. Winner FloriBot detected six out of ten. Kamaro became second and CERES II third.
The Field Robot Event is a partner of the DLG Feldtage event. The DLG is streaming this event live on its digital platform.
Information on how to participate:
• Attending this virtual event is free of charge and requires a simple registration on DLG’s digital platform.
• The link to the registration is available here.
Team: Kamaro Engineering e.V.
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology.
Team captain: Johannes Bier.
Team: Camper Robotics.
Private project group.
Team captain: Simon Sure.
University Osnabrück, University of Applied Sciences Osnabrück.
Team captain: Frederik Schierbaum.
University of Maribor, Faculty of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
Team captain: Urban Kenda.
Team: Team FloriBot.
Heilbronn University of Applied Sciences.
Team captain: Benedict Bauer.
Team: FH Münster.
FH Münster University of Applied Sciences.
Team captain: Marc Philipp Funcke.
Team: University of Hohenheim.
University of Hohenheim.
Team captain: Nathanael Ebertshäuser.