The MB-200 is built to aid commercial operators in increasing their work capacity and internal maintenance departments to reduce costs. It is the first autonomous system to be mower brand agnostic and compatible with existing mowers leveraging current equipment investment.
Powered by the MowBotix Cloud allows multi-site deployment including parks, soccer fields, industrial cuts and single large site deployments related to agriculture.
No, the MB-200 requires no modification to the site.
The MowBotix MB-200 is designed to be used for bulk cutting in open areas.
For obstacles that do not cover the sky we recommend cutting within 12-17 inches to take into consideration the safety bumper.
At this time for areas that are GPS denied such as under a big tree or next to tall buildings will need to be mowed manually.
No, the MB-200 system allows mowing without a dedicated person. Once a job is dispatched to a mower equipped with the MB-200 it will begin mowing by-itself while the operator completes more technical tasks such as trimming or edging.
Yes, a permanent installation removes the need to setup a basestation on every use.
Yes, MowBotix Cloud includes a workflow for quickly mapping sites and dispatching jobs as an operator moves from site to site.
Our cloud platform stores site specific information for unlimited amount of sites.
Yes, installing the system does not remove the ability to manually operator the mower. This allows the operator to load and unload the mower from the trailer, or mechanics to perform maintenance without using the autonomous system.
The MB-200 system uses 3D LIDAR sensor to scan for unknown obstacles.
When an obstacle is considered a safety risk the system will halt to let the obstacle clear in the example if it was an animal. For obstacles that are stationary such as a tent the MB-200 will notify the operator of an unknown obstacle via SMS or phone call.
Yes, if the site hasn’t been visited yet. The mapping procedure is done through our cloud platform, MowBotix Cloud, via a tablet or mobile phone.
Mapping is a one time procedure. Only changes to the mapping are required when when the site is modified. Example: a tree is removed or a new building is built.
For large areas such as parks or solar farms we can digest drone aerial footage and build the map without visiting the site.
Our GPS localization technology utilizes GPS correction information from a basestation. This basestation is part of the hardware kit and is integrated into MowBotix Cloud for setup and usage.
MowBotix Cloud is the cloud components to the MB-200. MowBotix Cloud allows for system control for the operator in the field and management at the office.
A few aspects the MowBotix Cloud handles are mapping, job dispatching, mower operation, and analytics. More info will be released soon!
Yes, there is a one time fee to cover engineering to fit to a new mower make and model.
We do require to have the mower in our possession with an average turn around time of two weeks. In the unlikely case where additional custom components are required for a proper integration turn around time may be up to 8 weeks.