Lawna robotic lawn mower with visual AI and humidity sensor is crowdfunding
The Lawna autonomous lawn mower is currently crowdfunding on Kickstarter. As with many recent launches in the robotic mower market, such as the Cramer RM2700, the Lawna does not require a perimeter wire. Instead, the device uses visual AI to map your backyard and create a virtual boundary line.
Lawna uses the map to optimize its route and can handle multiple zones. The robot also uses its vision and ultrasonic technology to detect and avoid obstacles. The mower is designed to regularly cut a small amount off the top of the grass; this falls to the soil, acting as a fertilizer for your lawn, aiming to make it healthier overall. You can use an accompanying app to adjust the height settings from 25 to 80 mm (~0.98 to 3.15-in).
The robotic lawn mower has off-road tires and a brushless motor, allowing it to tackle inclines up to 30°. A built-in humidity sensor can detect rain and return the Lawna to its dock so it does not damage the lawn. The gadget is fully waterproof and will automatically return to the base to recharge as necessary. You can track the robot with real-time GPS positioning, plus the device has an anti-theft alarm system.
You can currently obtain the Lawna smart cyber mower when you pledge US$699 to the Kickstarter campaign. The company is shipping globally, and customers can expect to receive their autonomous lawn mower in January 2023.