Telit, a provider of internet of things technologies, is supplying appliance maker Husqvarna with a wireless sensor device for its city robotic mower pilot program.
The sensor was co-developed by Telit and Wireless System Integration, a Sweden-based design house developing wireless products and systems.
The sensor will be used by Husqvarna mowers to collect data about the environment, the quality of air, water, and levels of light and sound, while maintaining the cities’ green spaces. Continue reading Telit and Husqvarna collaborate on robots for urban park sustainability program
Bosch has given its new robotic lawn mower a run in the garden. The company says the machine enables users unfamiliar with robots a gentle introduction to robotic lawn care.
The two new models are Indego 400 and 400 Connect are 50 per cent smaller and half as loud as previous models. The robomowers can also cut grass on a patch that is up to 400 square metres, says Bosch.
The retail price of Indego 400 is set at around €900 and the Indego 400 Connect is available for around €1,100.