RC Mowers adds split pattern plan and bilingual interface

Fleet management and Spanish support developed in response to customer feedback

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RC Mowers added a Spanish interface option and split mowing pattern fleet management tool to its Autonomous Mowing Robot based on customer experiences.
Learning from customer experiences, RC Mowers added a Spanish interface option and split mowing pattern fleet management tool to its Autonomous Mowing Robot.

Robotic mower manufacturer RC Mowers recently announced new features of its Autonomous Mowing Robot, also branded as “AMR,” which include a new split plan mowing pattern feature and a bilingual English and Spanish operator interface.

RC Mowers said the new features can allow landscapers to complete jobs more efficiently and add autonomy to their fleets.

“These new features show our commitment to ongoing innovation,” said Tim Kubista, RC Mowers vice president of sales and marketing. “We consistently engage with our customers to learn from their AMR experience, and then innovate to provide them with new features that help them meet today’s landscaping challenges.”

New features help employees focus on higher value tasks 

The new split plan fleet management feature allows operators to set a single mow plan for an area and then deploy multiple autonomous mowers to determine the most efficient way to mow the area. Splitting a plan can save landscapers time by allowing the AMR app to divide a new or previously saved plan between multiple mowers. This results in a uniform presentation with mowers completing the task in concert. Operators can also replicate the stripe angle and overlap between mowers.

The other major feature change is the addition of a new English- and Spanish-language operator interface for both the app and the machine display. The bilingual interface allows operators to toggle between the language of their choice, helping to overcome language barriers.

“Many of our customers have workforces that are primarily Spanish-speaking, and adding this interface makes it easier and more efficient to implement the autonomous mowers within their fleet,” Kubista said. “These machines can take care of the routine mowing that consumes valuable yet scarce labor, allowing landscapers to reallocate workers to the detailed work that impresses the customer and results in repeat business and more clients.”

RC Mowers’ AMR first hit the market last year and has helped users address labor shortages, RC Mowers said. The RC Mowers Robotics team, which includes professionals in aviation safety and experts who worked on developing autonomous vehicles for the U.S. Department of Defense, designed and constructed the mowers. The team is led by experts who developed weapons guidance systems for the U.S. military.


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RC Mowers added a Spanish interface option and split mowing pattern fleet management tool to its Autonomous Mowing Robot based on customer experiences.


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