Carlo Mondavi’s Electric Tractors for Sustainable Farming – Part 1

If you eat today, thank a farmer! Agriculture is one of the most important aspects of human life as we know it.

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It is also one of the biggest contributors to environmental pollution causing climate change that threatens our lives as we know it. Simply put, we can’t live without agriculture, but how can we live with it!

This is where sustainable farming comes in, and one of the ways to promote it is by using eco-friendly, cost-effective farm equipment. For example, an electric tractor that reduces a farm’s carbon footprint while being autonomous to reduce operating costs.

In this episode, the first of two, Ed Bernardon interviews Carlo Mondavi, grandson of Napa Valley icon Robert Mondavi, and founder/Chief Farming Officer of Monarch Tractor. Carlo is also a farmer and one of the owners of RAEN Winery.

We will talk about the use of autonomous electric tractors in implementing cost-effective and sustainable agriculture and learn what it takes to manage a vineyard and turn grapes into good wine.

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The climate crisis is becoming increasingly urgent and the demand for electric vehicles (EVs) is booming. Designing these EVs calls for new ways of working: As we move towards the electric future, the battery and body in white (BIW) teams will have to work together for the first time. This white paper discusses the unique challenges associated with the EV engineering process during its key stages, and introduces the technical requirements for integrating a battery pack into vehicle design. It then presents the solution: implementing a common engineering software platform so that different teams can work together seamlessly. Manufacturers who seize this opportunity will thrive in the electric future.

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