This article is about robotic harvesting at Burlington Berries in Tasmania. If you visit Burlington Berries during strawberry harvest, you will more than likely see a fleet of 16 Dogtooth robots silently picking strawberries. Dogtooth Technologies is a technology and robotics company based in Cambridge, UK which has developed five generations of fruit picking robots and have 70 units deployed in Europe and Australia. They have been trialling their harvesting robots at Burlington Berries in Cressy, Tasmania since 2017, with a group of Gen3 robots.
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Categories: Australian Berry Journal, Innovation & Technology, Strawberry, Winter 23