Segway unveils Navimov

require boundary cords as with most other devices in the category. Rather, it relies on something called the Exact Fusion Locating System –  also known as “GPS” –  to allow “precise positions and systematic mowing patterns.” 

“At the core of this technology is the use of GPS satellite signals to achieve outdoor positioning accurate to within two centimeters through real-time kinematics,” said George Ren, general manager at Segway BU.

According to Segway, the company’s first robotic lawnmower is designed for a lawn area of up to 3,000 square meters (32,291 square feet) and is the “quietest mower on the market with only 54 decibels.” Other features of the smart lawnmower include offset blades that allow cutting as close as possible to edges and corners. The Navimov can also detect kids, pets and flowers automatically and avoid them.

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