Robin Robotic Doors introduces patented guidance system

The new technology features a perimeter switching system for maneuverability through smaller gates and tighter spaces.

September 10, 2020

IRVING, Texas – Robin Robotic Doors has introduced a new guidance system that enables robotic mowers to maneuver through smaller gates and tighter spaces.

The patent was issued on Sept.8, 2020. The guidance system works in conjunction with the company’s previously patented robotic lawn mower door, which allows mowers to move through fences securely.

The new technology consists of a perimeter switching system that enables robotic mowers to move through smaller doors than previously possible. Working with the Robin automated lawn mower door, the new switching system allows the mower to move through smaller openings in fences that separate backyards from front yards, for example, and then return to its charging base in the backyard. The lawn mower door senses the robot, unlocks, and then relocks itself after the robot has passed through to keep the backyard, along with pets and children, secure. The new guidance system also can assist the robotic mower in its navigation through tight spaces within the landscape.

The guidance system and door are available to all Robin Autopilot members. In addition, Robin Robotic Doors is selling its auto-locking robot doors with the new guidance system to other robotic mower manufacturers, retailers and service companies that want to purchase doors in volume.

“Our goal is to be the leading innovator in the rapidly growing robotic mowing industry,” said Logan Fahey, board member of Robin Robotic Doors, and chief executive officer of Robin Autopilot Holdings LLC. “We are excited to announce this latest enhancement to our automated door system, which expands the area that a single robotic mower can cover. Our development team continues to work on new technology that will further enhance our products and systems, and we expect to announce additional patents in the near future. This is truly an exciting time for the robotic mowing industry.”