Pompano Beach, FL (PRWEB) April 27, 2013
Locally owned RoboLabs, Inc. announced today that it has made the SmartMow 2.0 available for purchase on Indiegogo.com. The new SmartMow uses a robust mechanical design, cutting-edge technology, and high quality parts to create a weather-tight, heavy-duty robot.
Using state of the art proximity detection technology and a system that stops cutting blades from spinning in a fraction of a second, the new SmartMow has been engineered for safety. The unit will stop its motors instantly if a human or pet comes too close to the robot while it is in operation. The new SmartMow is designed to power through rugged terrain and is capable of ascending a 35° slope.
The new SmartMow dimensions are approximately 31 x 16 x 10.25 inches, and is designed to operate for up to 4 hours (depending on model) and be fully recharged in 45 minutes. SmartMow is available for purchase in a variety of paint colors or with custom artwork on the body of the robot.
Because SmartMow runs on Li-Ion batteries, it delivers environmental benefits since it does not emit any pollutants. SmartMow recycles grass by cutting it into fine clippings and spreading them around the yard; this way, lawns cut by SmartMow look freshly mowed 100% of the time.
The SmartMow’s advanced navigation system allows it to be installed more quickly than any of its competitors. Also, a 4-year bumper-to-bumper warranty is included in the price of the new SmartMow.
RoboLabs engineers have experience in the design and manufacturing of robotic lawn mowers. Michael Letsky is the founder of Robolabs Inc, and the inventor of the SmartMow robot lawn mower. His background is in Robotics and Aerospace Engineering for which he has over 15 years of experience. Mike's mission is to save kids from brutal lawn mower injuries with the SmartMow. Victor Echevarria is the lead mechanical engineer and Nicolas Mejia is the lead electrical engineer at Robolabs, Inc.