INVENOX with project partner Fendt at the opening of Digital Hub Mobility from UnternehmerTUM presented the Fendt Project MARS. The completely autonomous field robot shows already today a solution how electric mobility in agriculture goes together with interconnected mobility offering a sustainable surplus.
Bavarian State Minister Ilse Aigner and Susanne Klatten, Chairwoman of the Supervisory Board of UnternehmerTUM, showed profound interest in the innovative project. They listened to the technical explanations of cofounder Martin Hammer and discussed the extraordinary mobility concept.
INVENOX provides the energy storage system for Fendt Project MARS. With a capacity of 2 kWh the system is perfectly eligible for mobile robots. Additionally, the battery storage system can persuade with its dimensions 29x31x9 cm (LxBxH) and weights 12 kg. Thus the autonomous seed robot can work up to 3 hours without charging. Also the Battery Management System (BMS) from INVENOX is operating with Fendt Project MARS. All together INVENOX offers a complete system for application in this industry.
UnternehmerTUM started Digital Hub Mobility with the goal to connect and foster collaboration between start-ups, the automotive industry and further companies in the industry for the mobility of the future.
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