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A startup aiming to introduce the world's first fully autonomous electric tractor

CNN reported that a start-up company based in California, USA, announced the possibility of helping farmers to make more profits, by presenting what it describes as the first fully autonomous electric tractor in the world.


According to CNN, the tractor can be programmed to perform tasks such as plowing, harvesting and mowing, and it can work for up to 10 hours by charging it for five hours.


Although the tractor does not need a driver, to comply with US regulations, the tractor must have a remote operator that receives real-time alerts, and can stop the tractor if needed .. The tractor has sensors that can detect livestock, crops, and prevention systems. Collision that allows him to work independently alongside farm workers.