Depending on your building’s size, you’ll need 1 to 2 robots per pen.
T-Moov, the latest addition to the Tibot product range
Evolving from Spoutnic, T-Moov is the result of R&D hard work spanning over a year and 4 years of poultry farming customers feedback and information collection. Developed together with poultry farmers, it has been specifically designed for demanding environments, with for instance poor litter conditions or flat feed chains. The robot’s mission is to keep your birds moving and to reduce the count of floor eggs. You can therefore feel more confident about the start and success of each flock.
T-Moov, the Plug & Play robot
An easy installation and a quick customization to your production set up
T-MOOV starts with two buttons and does not require any technical installation. And yet, it adapts to your farming thanks to its mobile application, no matter what birds you’re rearing, be they turkeys, reproduction hens or layers!
- Easy to be started by any user
- Quick feature settings
- An easy to reach and protected interface on the robot’s top and via the app
- Safety automatic sleep mode, thanks to light sensor: the robot stops when the building is plunged into sudden darkness.
For all farms
An ability to really move everywhere, especially in your farm:
T-MOOV moves randomly and autonomously in all sorts of buildings, including the narrowest ones. Its ability to cross the potholes and bumps of an irregular litter is second to none. Its compact size also allows it to go under the feed chains.
- An adjustable ground clearance to the dimensional limitations of barns.
- A 360° contact detection all around the edges of the robot, even under flat chain.
- Getting around any obstacles without getting jammed, e.g., walls, nests, hopper feet, dead hens, etc.
- Up to 10 hours of work and autonomy: rechargeable battery to plug into a wall socket.
Avoid ing the habituation of animals
A wide variety of movements and stimuli, which parameters may be changed for each flock:
T-MOOV has 6 adjustable speeds and thus adapts specifically to the flock (species, strain, etc.). The maneuvering angles are adaptable to the building type. Possible combinations of sound and visual stimuli create some variety for the animals.
- Stimulation without habituation for a long-lasting effectiveness
- Wide visual light effects giving the impression that the robot changes colors.
- Robot motions made easy and versatile.
- 10 sound tones, 7 light colors, laser pointer projected on the ground at the front.
Extremely strong and easy maintenance
Hygiene and longevity at stake
T-MOOV is designed to withstand the extreme environments and constraints of animal husbandry. It is impervious to high concentrations of ammonia, dust, and water. It is easy to clean and is designed to resist disinfection products.
- A chassis ensuring a complete sealed protection of the robot’s vital parts.
- 2. Chemical resistance, fire resistance, mechanical resistance (claws, chicken beaks, shocks on equipment and walls, ammonia, chicken manure, etc.), and dust resistance.
- Designed to limit hooking probabilities, with an easily removable shell, it is adapted to disinfection protocols
Accessories adapted to your needs
Thanks to the new available TIBOT mobile application on Android and IOS, you can now adapt sound and visual stimuli, program work schedules or adjust maneuvering angles to the specificities of your production barns. It’s a new way to relieve yourself from some burdens, to free up more time, and therefore to get organized in a different way.
Large wheels (190 mm diameter) (7.5 in)
Small wheels (170 mm diameter) (6.7 in)
We will advise you on the most suitable type of wheels to your litter and equipment.
Because we know that the birds get used to the robot, it is necessary to introduce a variety of stimuli. Thanks to magnet fasteners requiring no additional tools, you may change mechanical stimuli.
Any questions? Here are the answers.
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.
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.
The robot can pass over the scrapers from a height of 5 cm / 2 inches
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.
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.