Agricultural robots have been very popular these days in agriculture world. People around the world are racing to invent new agricultural robots to help farmers and farm owners in promoting efficiency and boosting higher income. One of the recent agricultural robots is called Wall-Ye. This robot is invented by a French named Christophe Millot. It is essentially a self-propelled robot for pruning vines, cutting young sprouts, and also monitoring soil and vine health. It is equipped with a very tight security system, meaning that it will only operate within pre-designated vineyards and the hard drive may self-destruct in perilous situations. The downside is that the robot may cost farmers about $32,000 each.