Segway introduced a robotic lawnmower with ultra-precise GPS – Technology – Science and technology

According to the manufacturer, navigation in the Navimow mower is able to work with an accuracy of 2 centimeters. comes on the market in three versions.

Following the failure of two-wheel auto-balanced approachers, the Segway is looking for a new place in the market.

If we say Segway, everyone immediately imagines the iconic two-wheeled gyroscopically balanced approach. It experienced a huge rise at first and then a slow decline, until production finally stopped. However, the brand lives on, sells electric scooters, for example, and has now introduced a revolutionary robotic lawnmower.

Her specialty is GPS navigation with an accuracy of up to 2 centimeters, which also got into its name – it’s called Navimow. The mower can also handle steep slopes with a slope of up to 45 (!) Degrees, it has a rain sensor – if it starts to rain, it will “hide” itself in the base.

It is quiet, has an innovative mowing system, avoids “forbidden” areas from animals or children if they come unexpectedly, has the ability to store and edit mowing maps in the application and comes on the market in four versions, differing in size, for which they are intended. Depending on this, prices range from 1,200 to 2,500 euros.

Source: Pravda – Veda a technika by

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