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Segway introduces autonomous mower Navimow

September 28, 2021 -  By

Segway has launched a smart mower, the Navimow.

The autonomous mower uses GNSS to navigate and stay inside the programmed perimeter, set in an accompanying smartphone app.

According to Segway, Navimow uses a GNSS-based “Extra Fusion Locating System” that helps the mower achieve centimeter-level positioning accuracy while mapping out a working perimeter. Rather than using a perimeter wire to prevent the lower from leaving grid, Navimow combines multisensory data to create a virtual map while cutting grass in addition to using GNSS.

The company has introduced four models, for lawns ranging from 500 square meters to 3,000 square meters. All cut lawns from 1 to 2 inches on a maximum slope of 45 degrees.

During its runtime, the robot uses its smart navigation system and plans the most effective cutting route. When necessary, it can make changes in direction to create a systematic pattern.

The mower also comes standard with gradual cutting height and five safety sensors to detect obstacles in all directions.

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