Techno Robotics Gear
Farming began in the Fertile Crescent which is located in Israel and stretches North to Southeast Turkey and reaches parts of the Persian Gulf. Humans used to get their food by hunting animals and collecting plants. Around 8,500 BC they began growing wheat, barley, peas and lentils instead of picking them in the wild. In 7,000 BC humans started training sheep, pigs, and goats and later in 6,000 BC they also trained cattle. As time passed, humans developed more advanced techniques which allowed them to use oxen to pull plows and wagons, and domesticate donkey's and horses. (http://www.localhistories.org/farming.html).
Skipping forward to the 20th Century, major farming developments were made. The first gasoline-powered tractor was invented in 1901 and in 1923 a tractor was created that was able to replace draft animals. As time developed self-propelled mechanical harvesters, planters, and other equipment had been developed that would advance farming. Such inventions allowed farmers to complete their work a lot faster and on a larger scale than ever before.
Today, self-driving tractors, guided by GPS works the fields. They collect data as well and transmit it wireless to farm-based offices. Our company Techno Robotics Gear will take farming to the next level. We will market robots that are designed with particular parts and functions to help carry out duties that humans are currently required to do. Our purpose of Techno Robotics Gear is to show how Robotics and Automation can help farmers with improving planting and harvesting techniques, and find a better and least expensive way to harvest their crops.