Current projects

Projects we coordinate:

SHAPE - Strawberry Harvester for Polytunnels and Open Fields
The SHAPE project will develop a fully autonomous harvester for strawberry production in polytunnels and open fields.
Duration: 1 June 2020 to 31 December 2023

RoBUTCHER - A Robust, Flexible and Scalable Robotics Platform
The EU-funded RoBUTCHER project aims to develop an autonomous Meat Factory Cell (MFC).
Duration: 1 January 2020 to 31 December 2022

GrassRobotics - A novel adaptation strategy for forage production under wet growing conditions - robotization and high quality forages
The GrassRobotics project aims to develop a sustainable forage harvesting system.
n: 1 April 2018 to 31 December 2021

MeaTable - Robotised cells to obtain efficient meat production for the Norwegian meat industry
The MeaTable project will develop a novel robotic cell for use in abattoirs for assisting with the primary cutting of carcasses.
Duration: 1 April 2018 to 31 January 2022

Vision-based control with applications to robotic systems
A collaborative project between NMBU and PUC-Rio where the main objective is to develop a completely new class in visual servoing.
Duration: 1 January 2017 to 31 December 2021

Projects we participate in:

  • Digital Food Quality (SFI research centre, 2020-2028)
    DigiFoods will develop smart sensors for food quality assessment directly in the processing lines.
  • Erasmus+ AGreen'Smart (2021-2023)
    A collaboration between seven European life science universities, this project aims to train the next generation to deal with climate change.
  • GentleMAN (2019-2023)
    This project will develop a novel robot control and learning framework enabling real-world manipulation of 3D compliant objects.
  • FeedCarrier (2019-2022)
    The FeedCarrier project will develop a groundbreaking autonomous feeding robot.
  • vPheno (2017-2022)
    The vPheno project aims to increase the accuracy of the selection of new plant varieties by developing and testing new technology.
  • Future Farm (2018-2021)
    The Future Farm project aims to increase animal welfare and reduce the environmental footprint of dairy farming.
Published 11. February 2019 - 20:43 - Updated 19. April 2021 - 9:24