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.
June 29, 2021
Lely Releases Its 2020 Annual Review
Lely has published its annual review – an online report that focuses on the company’s developments, most important achievements and launches in 2020. This report shares key figures, takes you around the globe, and provides a preview of Lely’s sustainability program rollout – the first steps of which were taken in 2020. We are also taking the opportunity to explain our vision of future farming with plenty of practical examples of Lely solutions and working methods that underline this vision.
May 6, 2021
Lely North America Launches Lely Quaress Omnia Teat Spray
PELLA, Iowa, May 6, 2021 — Lely North America is proud to announce the launch of its Lely Quaress Omnia teat spray as part of the Lely aftermarket consumables line. This U.S.-only product is an affordable teat spray that is designed for teat disinfection, protection and conditioning. Lely Quaress Omnia is a non-iodine concentrate that can be used in all milking systems. When utilized with the Lely Astronaut A5 robotic milking system, it is applied as a post-milking teat spray.