The robotic cleaners arrive in the garden, transforming into robotic lawn mowers. With an additional function: keep an eye on the house …
Burglars have a new enemy. The watchdog, the security cameras or the doorman of the farm, here they are … the lawnmower.
Novabot is an autonomous electric lawn mower, which not only keeps weeds away. At night it becomes a robotic watchdog that watches over the house.
Seen from the outside, Novabot trunk: it has the shape of a sports car. It looks like a remote control or a small car, but it is a real guardian and guardian of the garden, as you can see in this video:
It is a robot equipped with artificial intelligence, with a 360-degree camera located in its transparent cockpit, with motion detection.
AI allows you detect and identify obstacles, including pets, children and people, so it can work even with people nearby, because when it detects an obstacle, it stops.
Novabot he comes to the end automatic mapping of the garden, identify locations with grass, and cut it automatically, without the need to delimit areas.
It has IPX6 protection against water. When detects rain and puddles in the garden, stop working and return to your charging station.
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is able to cover gardens up to 2,000 square meters, with a slope of the land of up to 45%.
You can ask him to cut the grass at different heights in different parts of the garden. Automatically avoid flowers, trees and roads.
When night falls, his work is not done. He has a double job as a sworn security guard. he can patrol the garden and detect any suspicious movement, distinguishing between animals and humans.
If you see anything strange, let the owner know with a mobile notification.
Novabot, the guardian lawn mower, is for sale on Indigogo at a price of 1 425 euros. When it goes on sale in stores it will cost 3,200 euros …
With such a lawn mower… who needs a watchdog?