Husqvarna releases robotic mowers with mobile technology

May 24, 2016 -  By
Husqvarna Automower 430X Photo: Husqvarna

Husqvarna Automower 430X Photo: Husqvarna

Husqvarna added new products to its 20-year-old Automower line of robotic lawn mowers.

“Every Husqvarna Automower is designed to operate independently and effectively,” said Sean Dwyer, director of regional product development for Husqvarna. “This new line is no different, blending safety and ease-of-use with state-of-the-art technology to produce a beautiful, carpet-like lawn.”

The company added three new models: the Automower 315, for areas up to 0.37 acres; the Automower 430X, for areas up to 0.8 acres; and the Automower 450X, for areas up to 1.25 acres. Like the rest of the Automower line, the mowers cut grass automatically, silently, free of emissions and can handle slopes up to 45 percent. 

Each new model features new technological capabilities, including a complementing mobile app. The company calls the features “unprecedented in the industry.”

Specific to the Automaker 450X is Automaker Connect, a smartphone app that lets users operate and monitor their mower from anywhere in the world, the company says. Compatible with Android and iOS devices, including Apple Watch, Automower Connect grants access to the mower’s control panel, allowing users to change settings remotely. In case of theft, Automower Connect activates an alarm and tracks the mower’s position.

 

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