Stress-free start to the gardening season – intelligent mowing robots give a professional cut
In March, work starts again in the garden after the winter break. Not the least of these tasks is regular lawn mowing which, depending on the area, can take some time. Intelligent mowing robots like the iMow perform this task autonomously.
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- The AGRAVIS Machinery employee configures the iMow lawn mowing robot.
Depending on the model, mowing robots can mow lawns ranging from several 100 to 1,000 square metres, controlled by intuitive user interfaces. "An intelligent lawn mowing robot like the iMow mows according to a dynamic mowing plan, drives around obstacles and goes automatically to the charging station as soon as the battery power starts to run low," explains Dieter Ressemann, Head of Municipal Equipment at the AGRAVIS subsidiary TecVis GmbH.
To do this, it needs to be set up initially by experts. "We offer the full service package from consulting to installation, maintenance and care," explains Ressemann. Firstly, the expert takes a close look at the customer's garden, lays a wire to show the iMow the edges of the lawn, and programs the intelligent robot. If the mowing plan needs to be changed later, this can be done by either the garden's owner or the employees of the AGRAVIS Machinery company. "You only need to make sure that the mowing robot is well maintained. Grass cuttings must be removed and the mowing area cleared of branches and other debris so that the robot does not drive over them and get damaged," advises the expert.
Annual lawn mower check
TecVis offers its customers a great service not just when it comes to mowing robots. For customers who want to have their lawn mower inspected, the AGRAVIS municipal equipment workshops offer an annual lawn mower check which includes sharpening the blades, cleaning or replacing the air filters and changing the engine oil.