about us

Automato Robotics is a start-up company based in Israel.

All our team shares a passion to serve a sector that is in desperate need for high-tech solutions to solve their daily hardships – farmers in general, and passive greenhouse (high tunnel) farmers in particular. This is the way most of the world’s vegetables are grown, and we want to make it sustainable again for ordinary farmers!

We are starting a long journey of workforce automation with developing an affordable robot to harvest single tomatoes in passive greenhouses. This will later be expanded to more agricultural tasks, on more crops and in different environments.

Apart from picking tomatoes, the robot will also give a future yield analysis (we’re counting green tomatoes as we skip harvesting them), integration to early pest/disease detection and many more features to help farmers with managing their business.

Interested? See our current status or contact us for additional information.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreements No. 878114 and 779967

about us

Automato Robotics is a start-up company based in Israel.

All our team shares a passion to serve a sector that is in desperate need for high-tech solutions to solve their daily hardships – farmers in general, and passive greenhouse (high tunnel) farmers in particular. This is the way most of the world’s vegetables are grown, and we want to make it sustainable again for ordinary farmers!

We are starting a long journey of workforce automation with developing an affordable robot to harvest single tomatoes in passive greenhouses. This will later be expanded to more agricultural tasks, on more crops and in different environments.

Apart from picking tomatoes, the robot will also give a future yield analysis (we’re counting green tomatoes as we skip harvesting them), integration to early pest/disease detection and many more features to help farmers with managing their business.

Interested? See our current status or contact us for additional information.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreements No. 878114 and 779967