About us

In 2017 four people started a new type of farm where crops were grown without pesticides using technology that resembles a robot. This resulted in a team that built several robots, leading to the development of the Robot One. 

Pixelfarming offers an alternative approach for implementing a digital technology and robotics in agriculture. In the optimal situation, all crops are in the right place to achieve a maximum yield. This optimum can be calculated and predicted using computer models. After using a model, the crops can be planted, nursed and harvested using robot technology. 

We believe in robotic technologies in agriculture. Pixelfarming Robotics was founded in 2019 to support the robotics transition in agriculture. We design and manufacture advanced agricultural robots to support biodiverse farming. 

Pixelfarming Robotics is stated in the Netherlands at Campus Almkerk and currently, we are working on the market validation of Robot One. 

Arend Koekkoek
CEO

Responsible for business development, partnerships and creating a strategic vision in agricultural transition supported with robot technology.

Ronald de Kort
COO

Responsible for business management, strategic planning and organization development of Pixelfarming Robotics.

Kees Westein
CTO

Responsible for technical development, implementation and delivery of robotic platforms at customer sites.

This is our story

The team now consists of a large group of committed people

2019

Initial year

38

Engineers

5

Universities

12

Student projects

40

Farmers

Robot One

By combining digital technology with robust tools, an advanced machine has been built for biodiverse agriculture using smart biology. And because agriculture is not limited to one crop, Robot One is used on more than 40 crops, including green beans, carrots, sugar beet and lupine. All of this is done at production speeds for large scale farming.

A machine like Robot One takes the user’s team to the next level. This means development for both robot and users. That is why the machine is equipped with an extensive learning environment and open development kit.

Our roadmap

As a Dutch market leader we expect to expand internationally with 150+ Robot One’s by 2024. We aim to be the reference implementation creating a Premium autonomous robot platform for sustainable agriculture.