In summer 2017, international pioneer VIKING will launch a technological innovation enabling fully automated mowing of even the largest lawns: the iMow robotic mower TeaM. In this system, which is based on the swarm principle – one of nature's most intelligent forms of organisation – up to ten iMow MI 632 M robotic mowers work together in one supremely flexible, powerful unit.
Fairways, football pitches, public parks, leisure facilities, hotel grounds and company premises – our innovative TeaM solution can mow even the most expansive lawns quickly, quietly, economically and in a manner that conserves resources.
Large lawns can now be maintained with exceptional efficiency. Thanks to a sophisticated algorithm, the iMow robotic mower TeaM mows especially rapidly. To keep parks and sports fields free for use at all times, the iMow TeaM works at any time of day you require*. What's more, it helps to cut the cost and manpower spent on lawn care: while the robotic mower is cutting the grass, gardeners, groundsmen and greenkeepers have time to carry out other, more demanding jobs.
The flexibility of the iMow TeaM is obvious every time it is used. If you wish, iMow robotic mowers can also work at night* and even in the rain. The size of the TeaM can be flexibly adapted to suit the area and available time. Between two and as many as ten iMows work together. And if one iMow ever needs a service, the remaining TeaM members automatically divide its work time between them.
With the iMow app, the iMow robotic mower TeaM is a fully functional system solution. Using a smartphone or tablet, all mowers can be organised and supervised in the blink of an eye. Once an iMow has been set up, the other TeaM members automatically receive all the important information via the cloud. For example, you can use the interactive mowing plan to determine when your iMow robotic mowers will next be activated. The iMow app is available for iOs and Android and is permanently free of charge. This way, our customers are guaranteed to enjoy their lawns far into the future.
In summer 2017!
* Subject to time restrictions imposed by local noise regulations.