Snowbot Autonomous Snow Blower
Hanyang Robotics knows that clearing snow can be quite the task, especially in arduous weather, and that’s why they built the Snowbot S1. this fully autonomous snowblower is capable of clearing a path in up to 12-inches of snow.



How does it work? Simply set up three beacon around the area you need cleared, place the receiving terminal in a safe place, and then use a smartphone app to activate Snowbot S1. The robot is able to clear 1.3 feet of snow per second for up to 30-minutes on a single charge, or the equivalent of 1,500-square-feet of snow. To avoid obstacles, it utilizes a built-in LIDAR sensor. Available next year, priced at $2999 USD.
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Snowbot Autonomous Snow Blower

To do away with the inefficiencies in the traditional manual gasoline and electric snow blowers, Snowbot technology brings unique features with full automation of snow removal work. Snowbot is made with artificial intelligence and advanced communication technology,” said the company.

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