• MILSANideamobile’s technology is a vision-based autonomous pruning robot for viticulture, named "Wall-ye"
  • Company will sell Wall-ye for $30,000 directly to wine growers in the U.S., Europe, Chile, Argentina, South and North Africa, Australia, New Zealand, and China
  • The company is ...

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