Self-driving cars, busses and even trucks are no longer a novelty, and while these vehicles could potentially revolutionize personal transportation, they wouldn’t be able to help out as far as agriculture goes. However, this autonomous tractor created by a company named Case IH would be an ideal fit, as it was designed to do all the hard work without the need of a driver.
Think about it! Humans need to sleep and eat, which means taking breaks from time to time, but machines can work without stopping for longer periods. This tractor can run on its own, or it can be controlled remotely using a software app, and it relies on cameras, radar and LiDAR systems in order to plot its path. If an object gets in the way, the tractor will stop and notify the operator in order to figure out a new path.
Sounds pretty good, right?