# Autonomous harvesting robots. What are model possible components and interactions for the entire system? [closed]

I found a video which talk about best autonomous robots that use IA technology to harvest crops. The video is very interesting because, the “ecosystem” of each robot varies a lot from company to company. I am trying to identify with a list of the components which interact (wireless communication) with the robot in such a case, here what I found so far:

• The robot that uses IA techniques for harvesting
• A supporting robot or an autonomous truck which provides empty storage to carry the harvested crops,
• A laptop used to monitor the whole operation for quality purpose

Are there any other components that I might have missed? The only that I can think of is the communication between the robot arm and the carrier which provides the autonomous mobility of the entire robot (this is part of the robot). What are other components that participate in this harvesting operation?

PS: Robotics is an aera outside of my expertise, so please feel free to correct me if I said anything wrong.

• why are you compiling the list? May 8 at 22:26
• think of components that provide support function ... how much of the support function would be automated? May 8 at 22:28
• @jsotola you're suggesting that this depends on design and there isn't a typical sytem model? May 9 at 12:40
• no, I am not suggesring anything like that ... you asked What are other components that participate in this harvesting operation? ... I am giving a hint May 9 at 18:12
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