Robotics Plus' Prospr is a Fieldays finalist

Robotics Plus founders CEO Steve Saunders and Chief Engineering Officer Dr Alistair Scarfe . Photo: Robotics Plus.

Tauranga-based agritech company Robotics Plus has been named a finalist in the Growth & Scale Category of the 2024 Fieldays Innovation Awards for Prospr, its latest innovation.

Prospr is a robust, autonomous, hybrid, multi-use modular vehicle platform for agriculture.

Prospr automates a variety of tree crop and vineyard tasks, including precision automated spraying - to improve efficiency and sustainability and alleviate labour challenges.

“Thinking big and looking to solve global, scalable problems is what drives us at Robotics Plus," says Robotics Plus co-founder and chief executive Steve Saunders.

Robotics Plus’ Prospr is a robust, autonomous, multi-use hybrid vehicle designed to carry out various orchard and vineyard crop tasks. Photo: Robotics Plus.

Being named a finalist in these iconic primary innovation awards is a fantastic acknowledgement for our world-class team, partners and customers who have been on the journey to develop Prospr with us.

“Agriculture is time-critical, and with Prospr, we’ve combined deep domain expertise to benefit growers. The result is an automated solution that has the smarts to do the job and keep doing it better, helping create a more sustainable and successful agricultural sector.”

Robotics Plus Prospr from Robotics Plus on Vimeo.

The Fieldays Innovation Awards are a globally renowned awards programme and the ultimate launch platform for primary innovation in New Zealand.

Judged by a panel of 15 sector experts, the Awards showcase some of the agricultural industry's most innovative ideas and technologies.


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