E-Mow: Biomass-Powered Robot Harvester

George Mason University, $23,000rendering of the E-Mow: Biomass-Powered Robot Harvester device

This team is developing E-Mow, a self-fueling, self-guided drone harvester that produces biomass pellets at the same time that it harvests a crop.


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