The sensors are mounted in the front bumper and will stop the feeding robot as soon as they detect an obstacle within 1 and 0,5 metres of the machine. As soon as the road becomes clear, the feeding robot automatically resumes its route. During feed dispensing and pushing, the obstacle detection sensors switch off to prevent cows at the feed fence from stopping the machine.
The obstacle detection sensors can be retro-fitted to the second-generation Lely Vector feeding robots. For more information, please contact your local Lely Center.
July 1, 2021
Same products, new name
As of July, all of Lely’s udder health sprays will be named Quaress
With the introduction of Lely Quaress Iodine and Lely Quaress Lac in 2012, Lely introduced the product category name, Quaress for its udder health products. After 9 years, two products still needed an update to ensure the name is aligned with the other products. Therefore, as of July, Lely Astri IO will be called Lely Quaress Premo and Lely Astri UC will be called Lely Quaress Ultimo. The same top quality products with a new name. However, what does Quaress actually mean?
June 29, 2021
Lely releases annual review 2020
Today, Lely publishes its annual review – an online report that focuses on developments and Lely’s most important achievements and launches in 2020. We share some key figures, take you around the globe, and preview the roll-out of our sustainability programme – the first steps of which were taken in 2020. We also take the opportunity to explain our vision of future farming and offer plenty of practical examples of our solutions and working methods that underline this vision.