Dear friends and FRE enthusiasts, We are officially starting activities involving the preparation of the annual Field Robot Event! The 21th Field Robot Event will take place as part of the DLG-Feldtage (https://www.dlg-feldtage.de/en/exhibit/dates) at Gut Brockhof in Erwitte/Lippstadt in Germany from 11th to 13th of June 2024. More information regarding the tasks and the event will be available in the upcoming weeks. With best regards, […]
The final results of the Field Robot Event 2023 for all 5 tasks and the overall standings are known!
First of all, we would like to thank everyone for your participation in FRE 2023 in Slovenia at the University of Maribor. We are honoured to have hosted the event here. We hope you had a great time and that you all arrived home safely. You can find the FRE 2023 results HERE. Congratulations to […]
We’re delighted to provide you with the agenda for our upcoming event. You can find the complete agenda by clicking on the following link: https://fieldrobot.nl/event/wp-content/uploads/2023/05/Field-Robot-Event-2023-flyer-final.pdf
For task 3 and task 4 competing teams should provide 3 images depicting a deer, a human or something else. The images should have the background removed (white) and be printed on a A3 sheet of paper. The following example images depict three possible cases – a deer, human, something else: Source: link Source: link […]
Register your team for FRE 2023 by filling out the application form (1st page) in the following document and send it to email@example.com: https://fieldrobot.nl/event/wp-content/uploads/2023/04/FRE2023-APP_FORM-ADDITIONAL_INFO.pdf The registration is possible until the 15th of May 2023.
The CLAAS Stiftung is providing support for new teams / robots that will compete at the Field Robot Event. For further information, please visit the following link: https://www.claas-stiftung.com/students/field-robot-event/application
The FRE 2023 task description is available for download (here <- click on the news or find it in the downloads section).
From 12th to 15th of June 2023! We are happy to announce that the 20th Field Robot Event will be organised by the University of Maribor, Faculty of Agriculture and Life Sciences and will take place in Hoče, Slovenia. We hope that again many international teams will join us! More information will be published soon.
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. Overall results field tasks
In this first hybrid version of the international Field Robot event, team FloriBot was very successful. They won the overall prize for simulation. The second prize went Carbonite and Kamaro came in third. Overall results simulation tasks
In the Freestyle task all teams decided to present there idea in the field. Team FREDT with there robot Helios evo won, Acorn became second and ATH Rover third. Results freestyle task
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. Results of the Sensing and […]
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. Results Sensing & Mapping in simulation
In the Field Navigation task, CERES II managed to hit no plants and drove 50 meters in the field within the limited time of 3 minutes. HELIOS evo won the second prize. FloriBot finished in third place. Results Field Navigation
The winner of the Navigation task in simulation of the international Field Robot event is Carbonite. They managed to drive 142 meters in a virtual field in 3 minutes, with damaging 13 plants. The second place went to CERES II, and Kamaro came in third. Results Navigation task.