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|Title:||The density of robotization of agriculture in Russia and its regions|
|Authors:||Nabokov, V. I.|
Semin, A. N.
Pryadilina, N. K.
Skvortsov, E. A.
Gusev, A. S.
Nekrasov, K. V.
|Publisher:||World Scientific and Engineering Academy and Society|
|Citation:||The density of robotization of agriculture in Russia and its regions / V. I. Nabokov, A. N. Semin, N. K. Pryadilina [et al.] // WSEAS Transactions on Systems and Control. – 2020. – Vol. 15. – P. 549-555.|
|Abstract:||According to the Rosstat data a share of agricultural organizations which introduce technological innovations is low (2.7%). The study aims to determine the density of agricultural robotization in Russia and its regions. The density of agricultural robotization is influenced by the average annual number of employees in the industry, which was 5802 thousand people in 2013-2019 and decreased by 22% over the studied period. The data show that 435 units of robotics were introduced in agricultural organizations in the Russian Federation in 2006-2019. The vast majority of robotics used in agriculture in Russia is milking robots mainly by European manufacturers. Robotics is used in the agricultural sector in the Central (185 units), Volga (95 units), NorthWest (66 units) and Ural (68 units) federal districts. The introduction of robotics in agriculture in the Southern, Siberian and North Caucasian federal districts is practically not carried out. The highest density of agricultural robotization is observed in the Kaluga (42.67 robots per 10 thousand employees in the industry), the Ryazan (14.8), the Sverdlovsk (6.32) and the Vologda Region (6.21). The results of the study will allow development of a mechanism that promotes priority robotization of rural areas where robotization is slow or is not carried out to prevent their technological lagging behind and the further development of a stagnation processes. The scientific significance of the research results will contribute to the development of theoretical aspects of robotics application in agriculture and the spatial aspects of robotization. © 2020, World Scientific and Engineering Academy and Society. All rights reserved.|
DENSITY OF ROBOTIZATION
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