Robotic mowers gain traction

03/17/2013 | Dayton Daily News (Ohio)

The demand for robotic lawn mowers that can trim the grass on their own with the help of a perimeter wire is expected to rise, according to international research firm Research and Markets. Husqvarna already sells its robot lawn mower in the U.S., while John Deere and Honda sell their own versions in Europe. "We are about to have two giant global players who are in the lawn mower industry releasing robotic mowers in the U.S." said John Tarvin, a spokesman for Kyodo America Industries, which makes robot mowers in Atlanta.

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