The current prototype is a car that uses an axle implement with nails (rotovator) that rotates by breaking the "bed" (composed of dry organic matter - rice husk - and fresh - bird stain -) on which the animals are raised turkeys. The motors move forward and a change occurs when the machine encounters an obstacle in its path, which finally generates a random movement.
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For this prototype to be commercial and have a income, some improvements are needed:
- Some way must be devised to evacuate the methane gas that will be expelled when the bed is removed (it is isolated inside the same bed and is generated by the decomposition of the organic material), this excess of methane gas It must be evacuated quickly because it is toxic and can cause damage to birds. The other point to improve is that the cart must have a pre-established route, because in some areas it might require a longer working time, because they are more humid (for example under the sprues). A final improvement would be the option to add powder larvicide at the time of removing the manure.
- In the breeding of birds that is not fully automated, as is the reality of Peru, one of the most important tasks is the "bed management" that is to control the floor where the birds are raised, and it is one of the most important points. hours man consumes. Autotization at this point means significant work and time savings.
To promote the product, I would present it to my client, who is a very important corporation at a national level and manages many farms along the coastal strip.