Aiper said its maintenance robots provide more efficient and sustainable alternatives to traditional options

Scarlett Evans, Assistant Editor, IoT World Today

January 8, 2024

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Aiper, a developer of “smart-yard robotic solutions” is showcasing its domestic robots at CES 2024, taking place Jan 9-12 in Las Vegas.

The company said its wireless pool cleaning robots will be on display, as well as its first cordless robotic lawn mower, the Horizon U1.

An app for iOS and Android is also slated for release in the first quarter of this year, enabling users to control the robots remotely, giving them more control and the ability to select options depending on the lawn or pool in question. 

According to the company, the Horizon U1 can automatically cut grass of all types in yards up to 32,000 sq. ft, and provides a more environmentally friendly alternative to traditional maintenance options, operating without gas and producing no noise pollution.

“It’s time to stop wasting time and energy wrestling with manual lawn mowers to achieve a well-groomed lawn when you could be using that time to grill or play lawn games,” said Richard Wang, Aiper’s CEO. “Investing in R&D, the Horizon U1 is a technology advancement that will change the game in lawn care.”

Horizon U1 also has several features for more “adaptive, efficient” usage, including a Boundary setting, using real-time kinematic positioning and an inertial navigation system that functions as an onboard GPS, providing “centimeter-level precision across the yard.”

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The robot also features intelligent path planning, obstacle avoidance and an automatic adjustment to different grass types and conditions.

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Aiper’s pool cleaning robots, the Scuba Series, will also be displayed. Designed to “address the biggest consumer pool cleaning pain points”, the customizable robots autonomously maneuver across pools collecting debris.

“Pool owners don’t need to waste time and energy cleaning their pools manually or wrestling with other corded cleaning products,” said Wang. “We’re constantly innovating and growing within the technology sector, which is underscored by the Scuba Series – our next generation line of pool cleaning robots which are designed to push the limits of pool cleaning with industry-first technology advancements that deliver a smarter cleaning experience to homeowners.”

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About the Author(s)

Scarlett Evans

Assistant Editor, IoT World Today

Scarlett Evans is the assistant editor for IoT World Today, with a particular focus on robotics and smart city technologies. Scarlett has previous experience in minerals and resources with Mine Australia, Mine Technology and Power Technology. She joined Informa in April 2022.

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