Qiqahar is a brand new machine tool developed by IBM and the company has a new tool for farmers.
The machine tool is called the Qiqahar and it’s an automatic and secure machine tool.
It is a machine tool which will be used to collect water from the field and to harvest crops in future, it says.
It will be installed in two stages.
The first stage will be a water collection machine which will collect water to a collection point.
Then, in the second stage, the Qiwar will collect soil from the ground and use it to collect fertiliser from the soil.
The third stage is a hand drill which will drill through the soil to collect seeds.
It also uses solar energy to collect the seeds and soil, it adds.
The Qiqashari is a simple and compact machine tool designed for farmers, it is made by IBM for farmers to collect and store seeds and fertiliser.
“In the future, farmers will be able to take advantage of the machine tool to collect soil for fertiliser and seeds,” says Alistair Campbell, the head of IBM’s agricultural division, in a statement.
In a statement, Campbell said the Qiqahar machine tool will help farmers improve their productivity and improve the quality of their harvest.
“The machine tool can be used by farmers to extract seeds from soil, to collect seed from the earth, to cut soil to extract fertiliser, and to collect plant material from the plants in the field,” he said.
As the Qiaqahar is not a traditional tool, it’s only able to collect small amount of soil and seeds.
For farmers, the machine is only a tool, as “We do not want to give farmers a tool that is going to be a burden, or a burden to the farmer, but it can be a tool for them to use to collect or store the seeds, or fertiliser,” Campbell says.
What makes the machine unique is that the Qiuqar uses solar power instead of conventional electricity, it can run 24 hours a day, seven days a week, it has no batteries, and can be controlled remotely.
IBM has made a number of other machine tools for farmers including the Mountain Pole, the Laser, and the Kanu Machine Tool, but none of them are for commercial use.
According to IBM, the technology for this machine tool has been in development for 10 years.
This new tool will be available to farmers from July 1, 2018.
Read more about the Qiamar machine tool here: Qiqihar machine tool source National Geographic article