When the Roomba was first released, I was ecstatic. The idea of having this cute little robot do a chore that I absolutely hated was such a treat. I even gave it a name so that whenever it missed a spot, I could yell at it to express my frustration. Silly, I know. Luckily, we can soon add a member to the family tree, and I might have an opportunity to yell at yet another little robot who does my chores for me.
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The LawnMeister is essentially a Roomba, although it mows your lawn instead of vacuuming your rooms. With this nifty gadget, you can finally say goodbye to noisy gas mowers and the hassle of lawn mowing companies. The yard bot is helping homeowners everywhere take back their weekends, their summers, and their lawns. This breakthrough technology takes hands-free lawn care to a whole new level, providing an all-in-one solution for your lawn care needs – plus, it looks super cool.
The LawnMeister robot is fully autonomous and is equipped with the Heisenberg Pilot System (HPS). This revolutionary system uses robot vision and AI to improve route planning and the accuracy of obstacle avoidance. (Heisenberg Robotics)
The LawnMeister robot is fully autonomous and is equipped with the Heisenberg Pilot System (HPS). This revolutionary system uses robot vision and AI to improve route planning and the accuracy of obstacle avoidance. This means it can easily navigate your lawn, avoiding any obstacles in its path and trimming every blade of grass with precision.
One of the best things about LawnMeister is that it’s 100% wire-free, so you don’t have to worry about setting up any boundary wires. Instead, it uses virtual boundaries keeping the bot from exiting your lawn and ending up in the street. Unlike other “smart mowers,” the LawnMeister can also mow with straight lines, keeping your lawn as beautiful as ever.
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Also, you can even program “no-go zones” for places you are trying to secure, like a garden or your dog and kid’s favorite play spot. By setting these zones up, the bot will avoid particular areas and continue mowing where needed.
LawnMeister can sweep up and blow away grass clippings. (Heisenberg Robotics)
Plus, it comes with an easy-to-use mobile app where you can set up the boundaries, no-go zones, set its schedule, the length you wish to cut your grass, and even track the bot while it’s actively on the job.
Comes with an easy-to-use mobile app. (Heisenberg Robotics )
The Heisenberg LawnMeister comes with a charging dock, a power adapter with an extension cord, six mounting screws, and three sets of cutting blades.
The AI-powered robot lawn mower comes with a charging dock, a power adapter with an extension cord, six mounting screws, and three sets of cutting blades. (Heisenberg Robotics )
To get your hands and green thumbs on one, you’ll need to wait until August, and you’ll need to pledge at least $1,000 on kickstarter.com.
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