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Although many farmers still utilise gasoline-powered vehicles and equipment, the trend is shifting away from conventional fuel-based farm tractors toward electric ones as electric options are becoming more accessible. Electric farm tractors are a new generation of tractors being developed by agricultural equipment manufacturers.
Unlike conventional diesel-powered tractors, electric farm tractors are powered by batteries. In comparison to conventional tractors, these tractors offer a number of benefits, including greater agricultural productivity and efficiency.
The development of electric vehicle technology is receiving more attention in terms of research and development since it has the potential to increase efficiency by extending the battery life of these tractors.
The Italy Electric Tractor Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
The Simai TTE15 three-wheel electric tractor is used for close-quarters towing of various-sized items and objects. It is easy to get on and off the tractor because the driver operates it while standing on a platform. The tractor has a backrest for the operator’s comfort, and blue and flashing lights can be added upon request.
The operator can easily climb on and off the model TTE15 multiple times throughout the day without exerting themselves because of the low platform.
The Simai electric tow tractor is incredibly quick, tiny, and perfect for short-term, light-load internal industrial services. The front-wheel-drive electric towing tractor is employed in a variety of fields, including manufacturing, healthcare, aviation, and floriculture.
The H202 concept, a hydrogen fuel cell electric tractor with a cutting-edge autonomous driving system, is a futuristic tractor idea created by Italian designer Lorenzo Mariotti.
The H202 combines technology like laser and OLED lights, sophisticated active safety, and remote management and is focused on time optimization and user cooperation.
While hydrogen could be collected from methane produced with anaerobic digesters immediately on the farm, decreasing the overall footprint of the entire farm, batteries could be charged directly at the farm using a socket or wireless inductive charging.
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