Key considerations for designing safe autonomous, robotic, or remote-controlled lawn mowing solutions.
Smart technology is leading to increased productivity and safety for workers across several industries including agriculture, construction, lawn care, and warehousing. With the addition of autonomy, workers are able to focus on higher-valued tasks instead of the 3Ds - dull, dirty, and dangerous. Though machines are “smarter,” there are still dangers that exist with onsite production. As artificial intelligence develops, it is still necessary for people to stay in the loop and have the ability to intervene or take control of a machine at a moment’s notice. With FORT’s Safe Remote Control (SRC), complex worksites are able to take advantage of automation while keeping humans safe and in control.
Robotic technology is proving to be a game changer for many industries. Advances in artificial intelligence are enabling robots to perform some of the world’s dullest, dirtiest, and most dangerous jobs. For Atlanta-based startup Greenzie, autonomous lawn mowers may be the key to transforming the world of commercial lawn care– as long as they’re designed for safety.
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