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WORX LANDROID VISION

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Worx landroid vision

Learning through direct experience

Landroid Vision evolves dynamically, absorbing real-world intricacies to become more adaptive and effective than lab-taught systems. This knowledge is periodically consolidated into firmware updates, delivered OTA to all units.

The robot mower that’s aware of what surrounds it

All robot mowers can do is travel back and forth within an area that’s either restricted by a wire, or satellite coordinates. Not that clever. We gave Landroid Vision the gift of sight.
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The cognitive robot

Landroid Vision’s deeply trained neural network determines grass to mow, obstacles to avoid and limits not to cross.
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No setup needed

Unbox & Mow

Just set Landroid Vision on any lawn, push the button and watch it do its thing. No boundary wire, no antenna, no hassle.

Multiple zones management

Vision is designed to safely stay within solid sections of grass. It will only leave the area if you want it to. Just place RFID tags and it’ll know where to travel to.

Vision’s window to the world

Landroid Vision gathers information about the world through its eye: a high dynamic range, full HD, wide angle camera with auto-white balance that can handle extreme contrast and glares.
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Turning information into understanding

Vision’s neural network continuously interprets information acquired through the camera, determining the robot’s behavior.

Brainpower

Vision’s chip is built for stability, reliability and speed. Its neural network processes one camera frame every 0.05 seconds and makes the right decision accordingly.

Future proof

No matter how many million pictures have fed Vision’s deep learning, there’ll always be unexpected scenarios. No fear. Over-the-Air updates will get you covered.

Stay in control

Vision shares the same best-in-class app as all Worx Landroid robot mowers. A gateway to the Landroid cloud ecosystem.

Cut-to-Edge

Vision inherits Landroid’s acclaimed Cut-to-Edge feature, meaning there’s less trimming for you to do afterward.
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Let it mow at night, enjoy your lawn during the day

Vision will quietly mow at night without harming nocturnal life with the optional FiatLux. When animals are spotted, it steers away from them.

How it works

The LED headlight is designed to light up Landroid Vision’s field of view. The headlight will automatically switch on when the natural light dims

Conventional robot mowers shouldn’t mow at night as they can hurt nocturnal animals. With the LED headlight, Landroid Vision clearly sees in the dark to avoid any critter.

Easy Installation

You just need to connect the LED headlight to Landroid Vision through a wire and pop it on top of the camera and Landroid Vision is good to go.

The more often, the better

As turfgrass experts would tell you, the single most important element of lawn management is frequency of mowing. If you let Vision do it, you’ll get the best lawn you ever had. In weeks.
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Sharing is caring

When you’re in the mood for pruning, trimming or blowing, just grab the battery onboard your Vision, plug it into your Worx garden tool, and you’re good to go.

Worx Landroid FAQs

Robot Lawn Mowers are safe, eco-friendly, and fully autonomous. They only require a perimeter wire installation around all the areas to be mowed.

Once the installation is finalized, your robot mower will be scheduled to mow and return home to recharge by itself with no input from you at all.

The perimeter or boundary wire function communicates to the robot mower where your lawn boundaries are.

The charging station emits a signal through the boundary wire, so when the robot mower approaches the boundary, it stops and goes back the other way.

Moreover, when the robot is low on battery, it will first find the boundary wire and then follow it to return to the charging station.

There are two options for the installation of the perimeter wire around the edges of your lawn. One option is to peg the boundary wire to the grass. The second option is to bury the wire approximately 5cm deep, by cutting a small slit in the ground.

If possible, we recommend initially pegging the wire down to ensure that the robot lawn mower is running flawlessly over the space for a few days or a week, and then bury it if you wish to bury the perimeter wire.

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Yes, all Worx Landroid models can start mowing from 4 separate locations. The Robot will locate these areas by following the installed perimeter wire to the set location.

If a zone that requires mowing is inaccessible for the robot, the boundary wire can still be installed around this and connected to the main boundary wire loop. Then, the robot can be placed manually in this area to continue mowing.

See closed and open loops.

Yes, Worx Landroid robot mowers are the only robots that can cut to the edges of your lawn. The special offset blade of the Landroid gets as close as possible to the border of your lawn. Read more.

Worx Landroid has a unique cutting pattern that reduces the average mowing time. While most robot mowers reverse and turn when reaching the borders, the Landroid robot simply reaches the border and gracefully turns in another direction.

Landroid patterns are calculated by an algorithm, which might seem random, yet, this method ensures that your entire lawn is mowed even in the tightest spaces.

Watch Landroid Pattern Video

The main benefit of robot mowers is that they will mow your lawn more often than you would and keep the grass perfectly mowed all year round.

It is best to allow your robot to cover your ENTIRE lawn 2-3 times a week during the peak growing season in Australia. All Worx Landroid models have an automatic schedule feature that lets the robot work this all out for you.

Otherwise, you can work out the number of hours per week needed to mow your lawn by a simple calculation:

Lawn size in m2 / m2 per hour your robot model mows = time required to mow the entire lawn

*For this example, the lawn size is 300m2 and the robot model is a Worx Landroid WR150E that mows 85m2 per hour.

300m2 / 85m2 = 3.5 hours to mow the entire lawn.

During peak growing season, multiply this number by 3:

3.5 hours x 3 = 10.5 hours mowing per week

It is best to have your robot mowing either every day or every second day during peak growing periods. So, you can schedule the robot to mow for either 1.5 hours every day or 3 hours every second day.
The above calculation is only a guide as different-shaped lawns will take different durations to mow.

 

Worx Landroid offers 3 robot mower models covering areas from 500m2 to 1500m2.

For all robot lawnmowers, we recommend that you don’t exceed 70% of the robot’s maximum capacity, so you get the best cutting results in a reasonable time frame. Mowing to the highest capacity of any robot lawn mower is possible but, you will expect the robot to be working for 10 hours or more a day excluding charging times.

Unique to the Worx Landroid is the ability to change your battery cheaply and easily to the same size or a larger battery up to 6ah. Increasing the battery will increase the capacity of the robot mower.

It is IMPORTANT to notice that every robot lawnmower has 3 different slope ratings.

Maximum Permissible Slope – It determines the highest gradient value that the robot can manage. The highest slope should only be in a small part of your lawn and it should be well inside your perimeter wire.

Maximum Consistent slope – If most of your lawn is sloped, this should be your property’s maximum slope gradient value.

Maximum edge slope – This is the most important rating, which is the maximum slope allowed within 1 metre of your boundary wire.

* These ratings are the maximum allowable ratings on a perfectly manicured lawn surface. So lawn areas with rough or uneven surfaces and thick or deep grass (>30mm deep when cut) will need to be factored into your maximum slope ratings.

Find out how to measure the gradient of the slopes here.

Thick grasses like newly laid Buffalo and Kikuyu can be difficult for some robot mowers to travel on.

If you notice that your lawn is more than 40mm in height when freshly mowed, keep it in mind when choosing a mower. Newly laid or grown grass are usually deeper than older established grass.

Also, lawns that are heavily thatched underneath can cause the grass to be too deep and spongy. Deep spongy grass is also difficult for robot mowers to maintain traction.

If your lawn is under 40mm in height t when freshly mowed, then most robot mowers will be able to travel on them easily.

For the best advice on this, please send a photo of your lawn to us to provide you with the best advice on what robot mowers are suitable.

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