We are looking for engineers and coders interested in changing the way farms operate.  If you have the skills and knowledge to contribute to the elements of our robot's anatomy...

   ... and want to live is a wonderful area of the Pacific Northwest with beautiful four seasons...

      ...where housing that is extremely affordable, traffic that is nonexistent and wonderful schools for raising a family....

          ... and has a vibrant downtown city core with big city events and still be able to walk out your front door and be on a lake or a mountain trail...

            ... this is the company for you. 

If you have the right skill, knowledge and desire we have a positon for you.  Please contact Chris Wood today at  (509) 220-4990 or email   chris.wood@drylandsa.com to let him know which part of the Dryland agbot anatomy you want to create.

The Anatomy of a Dryland SA Autonomous Implement -

  1. Body – combination of hardware, software and mechanical, electrical and power systems of the unit.
  2. Brain – Artificial Intelligence software that replaces the operator, powering the unit’s decision making to analyze, categorize and determine its behavior.
  3. Neural Network – mix of software and hardware that enables a unit to communicate internally and externally of the unit.
  4. Sensory System – Hardware such as cameras, radar, lidar, sonar, inclinometers, temperature, wind, humidity, soil moisture, and soil temperature sensors, GPS and proximity switches to provide data to the A.I. software decision making function of the total system.
  5. Immune System – cybersecurity software and hardware to protect the unit and the fleet.
  6. Extremities – combination of hardware, software and mechanical systems to control attachments for tilling, fertilizing, spraying and planting cereal grains and soybeans.


Our July 2017 MVP Demp unit

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