With our Intelligent Navigation Positioning System (INOS), mapping a virtual boundary is precise, quick and simple. INOS also drives the pin-point GPS navigation system on the NEXMOW robots.
The NEXMOW service robot is designed to operate on a precise GPS navigation signal 2 centimeters from the boundary point. NEXMOW’s advanced INOS (Intelligent Navigation Operating System) uses 4G and RTK Technologies to map and operate the service robots. RTK Technology has been used extensively to deploy automated farm equipment in the agriculture industry. After a library of maps are created and saved, the operator can deploy up to 10 NEXMOW mowers with precise navigation in one mowing zone.
4G LTE and RTK Technologies provide precise GPS navigation to the NEXMOW lawn robots. This technology enables our geofencing technology (digital boundary mapping), and combined with data from multiple sensors, it can handle maps while moving in the most efficient pattern possible. Our built-in algorithm directs the NEXMOW mower to cut grass in the most efficient mowing direction every time. However, if the operator wants to manually change the mowing direction and override the algorithm, that is also possible using our NEXMOW app.
NEXMOW is equipped with four Ultrasonic sensors to create the highest safety standards for public operation. If an object is detected, the NEXMOW will stop, wait for the object to move, then proceed mowing. If the object does not move out of the mowing path, the NEXMOW will redirect around the object to complete the mowing task.
Using a combination of RTK Technology and our INOS System, a fleet of robots can operate together to mow in one zone. Operators can deploy between 1 to 10 NEXMOW service robots to increase mowing productivity.