We are excited to present footage of our latest machine during testing this week on a Minnesota field. This new machine excels at moving around on softer ground (think: being able to get back on a field soon after a big rain). It’s also much more stable than its predecessor, which runs on wheels. These features contribute to greatly improved mobility, which enables more robust autonomy. We’re looking forward to having it (and a few friends) running on Midwest fields come spring 2020. Our small, nimble machines are a great platform to handle a range of tasks on large-scale, row crop fields, while also collecting valuable data to make the machines work smarter.