Graze Robotics Set To Launch Its Commercial Grade Robotic Lawn Mower

After testing the commercial robotic mower at DFW Airport last summer, Dallas-based Graze is now putting its G3 model on the market for pre-order. It can mow 1.6 acres an hour with 8 hours of runtime for airports, golf courses, and more, the company says.

Dallas-based Graze Robotics, a leading innovator in green industry robotics, announced the pre-order launch of its flagship commercial grade robotic lawn mower. The company calls the launch “a transformative step” in redefining how everything from airports to solar fields to golf courses can cut their grass.

The G3 electric robotic mower has a five-foot-wide mowing deck and is able to mow 1.6 acres an hour, Graze said, adding that its “extensive battery life” delivers a full 8 hours of runtime.

The mower’s three metal mulching blades operate at 3000 RPM, “ensuring a consistent and even cut,” while advanced sensors allow for mowing on varying terrains, making it versatile for all kinds of landscapes, the company said.

‘Intuitive app’ for real-time monitoring and more

Graze said it prioritizes safety for the mower with a “360-degree optical suite and computer vision technology to detect and avoid obstacles.” The mower comes with an intuitive app for real-time monitoring, adjustments, and software updates.

“Today marks a pivotal moment for Graze as we introduce G3, one of the most advanced robotics systems on the market today,” CEO Logan Fahey said in a statement. “We’re excited to offer our customers an opportunity to be among the first to experience the future of lawn maintenance. We believe that innovation, combined with sustainability, is the way forward, and our new mower is a testament to that.”

The company is taking pre-orders via its website, and notes there is “limited availability in the initial release.”

In July, we wrote about McKinney-based Robin Autopilot, a provider of robotic mowing and landscaping technology, partnering with Graze to test the commercial mower at DFW Airport.

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