Depending on your building’s size, you’ll need 1 to 2 robots per pen.
Invented by breeders, developed for their needs, rewarded by their results
Spoutnic is the first product in our line. Its job is to get your birds moving and reduce the floor egg rate. You’ll feel more secure about the start and success of each flock of animals.
Plug & Play
Spoutnic is plug & play. It turns on with two buttons and requires no technical installation. Though simple, it adapts to your production whether you have turkeys, breeding hens or egg-layers thanks to its customization controller!
Movement & detection even under flat chains
Spoutnic moves randomly and autonomously on any type of litter.
Its compact size also allows it to fit underneath feed chains. If it encounters an obstacle (wall, nesting box, hopper base, dead hen, etc.), it detects it and turns away.
Withstands the challenges of breeding; easy maintenance
Spoutnic is ammonia-, dust- and waterproof. It is easy to clean and is designed to withstand disinfectants.
The battery can be recharged from a power outlet, allowing the robot to work up to 10 hours a day.
Customizable movement & stimuli
In total, its 6 speeds allow it to adapt to the flock (species, breed, etc.). The maneuvering angles can be adjusted to the type of building.
The benefits of the robot
Accessories adapted to your needs
Thanks to the customization controller, you can now adapt sound and visual stimuli, program in work schedules, or adjust maneuvering angles to the unique aspects of your farm. It’s a new way to give yourself a break, free up more time, and therefore organize your routine differently.
- Large wheels : 6 cm ground clearance in front of the bumper
- Small wheels : 5 cm ground clearance in front of the bumper
We will advise you on the type of wheels best suited to your litter and equipment.
They are recommended depending on the characteristics of your building and your equipment.
Because we know that birds get used to the robot, it is necessary to vary the stimuli. This flag kit allows you to hang and change the objects of interest.
How much are floor eggs costing you?
Find out how much you could save with fewer eggs laid on the floor thanks to the Spoutnic robot!
Any questions? Here are the answers.
How many robots do I need for each pen?
Can I tell the robot what area to work in?
No, the robot moves randomly to keep the birds from getting too used to it. But don’t worry, in the end, the robot will cover the whole area.
I have an aviary with multiple sections, do I need several robots?
No, with simple arrangements it is possible to allow the robot to fit under a separator closed by a plastic sheet with a flap. This will allow the robot to move from one section to another on its own.
What happens if I have a scraper under my aviary?
The robot can pass over the scrapers from a height of 5 cm / 2 inches
I have flat chain feeders. Can I use the robot?
Yes, you can still use the robot. In order to move around properly, the robot needs 20 cm (8 inches) under the feed lines and 80 cm (2.7 feet) between the wall/line or slats/line.
When should I use the robot?
Begin using the robot a few days after your birds get ready to lay eggs. For nest training, use the robot in the morning, during laying hours. For an impact on fertility, use the robot in the afternoon every day.
Laetitia Savary – France
Laetitia Savary is a breeder in Mayenne, France. A breeding specialist, she and her husband came up with the idea of the robot, which led to the creation of TIBOT Technologies. She explains why she opted for a robotic solution, and what benefits Spoutnic has brought to her farm.
Béatrice Coignard – France
Béatrice Coignard raises breeding hens in northwestern France (Ille-et-Vilaine). She explains the benefits that Spoutnic has brought her.
Matt Garman – USA
Matt Garman is an organic layer breeder in Pennsylvania. Frustrated with the floor eggs on his farm, he tells us how he discovered TIBOT and how this little robot made a difference for him.