PeK Automotive develops a wide range of low voltage autonomous electric vehicles, as well as technology and applications, to use in farming and rescuing. Purely electrical autonomous vehicles can save time and human resources. To prove this concept, they launched production of their headliner, the autonomous electric agricultural system Slopehelper.

Easy Engineering: What do you think will be the biggest challenges in the electric future?

The challenge isn’t just electrification, but the full automation and robotization of industries. A key issue is the lack of integrated system solutions. Companies can get components, but merging them into a single system is complex. Our approach is designed to offer allencompassing solutions, meticulously covering hardware, software, and vital information systems.

E.E: Which are the most futuristic products/solutions from your portfolio?

Our lead product is the Slopehelper robotic agricultural system. It’s designed to automatize year-round farming. Clients aren’t buying just a tool; they’re investing in a new business solution of complete agro-cycle, aiming to make agriculture more automated and efficient. Our solution will allow conversion of agriculture to agricultural industry.

E.E: What are the characteristics of these products/solutions?

Key features include total automation, cost-saving by reducing manual labor, and lowering environmental impact from engines and chemicals. Automation ensures a higher standard of efficiency. The overarching goal is to establish and maintain a higher benchmark of efficiency through consistent automation.

E.E: How do you focus these ranges for the electric future?

Our solutions are fully electric and automated, aligning with the electric future’s goals. By integrating these principles into our products and services, we’re ensuring that we remain at the forefront of innovation, making a conscious effort to support a sustainable and progressive direction for the industry.

E.E: How will the electric future improve your products/solutions?

We’re at the forefront of the electric shift, moving away from old methods. Our commitment is deeply rooted in the exploration and integration of cutting-edge electric and robotic technologies, ensuring that we not only adapt to the changing times but also set the pace for future innovations.

E.E: What are the advantages for the clients in the electric future?

By implementing our technological solutions, agricultural enterprises stand to gain substantially. They will experience marked improvements in operational efficiency, noticeable elevation in product quality, and also benefit from significant cost savings, setting the stage for a more prosperous and sustainable future in the sector.

E.E: What are the biggest innovations that clients will see from your ranges?

Our clients are presented with a single, integrated solution, effectively eliminating the cumbersome process of sourcing disparate machines and tools from a plethora of vendors. In essence, we provide a comprehensive, streamlined solution tailored for all nuances of field operations.

E.E: How will the electric future influence the client’s work?

We’re revolutionizing the agro-tech sector. As advanced machines and technology take on a central role, businesses will find themselves relying less on manpower. This shift not only streamlines operations but also empowers these enterprises to redirect their resources and energy towards more expansive and strategic objectives.

E.E: Tell us something about sustainability and efficiency in the future.

Today, human factors can cause inconsistencies. For instance, a tired operator might damage vine or fruit trees. Robots provide consistent performance, reducing errors and improving efficiency. Another challenge is using chemicals, current situation forces to use not sustainable solutions, such for example herbicides and pesticides. Our system provides possibility to keep the costs of operation at such level that poisonous chemistry can be avoided and replaced with bio technologies. Adopting robotic solutions means more stable, eco-friendly and productive operations.

E.E: What would you say to anyone who has concerns about the electric future?

Embracing the electric future is not merely a progressive step; it’s a quintessential one. It is crucial for reducing emissions and chemical use. It is a step toward sustainable, cleaner food and a healthier future for everyone without extra costs for farmers and food producers.