Grand project will develop autonomous agricultural machines making agriculture safer, cheaper, and more sustainable

Professor at Electro Lazaros Nalpantidis receives 16 mio DKK from The Innovation Fund for the SAVA project. The project will develop agricultural machines, which will improve the work conditions and safety in agriculture due to improved sensor and safety equipment. Simultaneously the machines will strengthen climate action by enabling the use of optimized routes, thereby improving biodiversity, CO2 budget and machine economy.

Combine harvester in field
Combine harvester in field. ©DTU media