Heisenberg Robotics LawnMeister H1 autonomous lawn mower with watering and leaf-blowing modules unveiled
The Heisenberg Robotics LawnMeister H1 autonomous lawn care robot was unveiled at CES 2023. The robotic lawn mower navigates using the Heisenberg Pilot System (HPS), combining cameras with AI to plan routes and avoid obstacles efficiently. This system means that the traditional boundary wire is not needed.
The LawnMeister H1 has a modular design with attachments that enable the robot to mow, trim lawn edges, blow or sweep leaves and water, or fertilize your garden. The company claims that the plug-in adapters for this robot are a market first. The gadget has various built-in sensors to help the robot to cope with different terrains and sharper inclines. Smart features of the device include automatic schedule optimization, and altering the cutting height and mowing frequency based on the time of year and weather in your area.
You can manually adjust the schedule to suit your lifestyle, with controls available via an accompanying smartphone app. For example, you can choose a mowing height from 1.2 to 3.5-in (~3.0 to 8.9 cm). Another app feature is location tracking, which could be helpful in case of theft. A crowdfunding campaign for the Heisenberg Robotics LawnMeister H1 robotic lawn mower is due to launch in February. An exact launch date, crowdfunding pledge levels and an MSRP are yet to be confirmed. Two models will be available for half-acre (~2,000 m²) and one-acre (~4,000 m²) gardens.