How does the Landriod vision cross a sidewalk/path between two lawns?

How does the Landriod vision cross a sidewalk/path between two lawns?

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I have a regular Landroid with the boundary wire. Been very happy with both the product and the company. It’s been 4 years now. When the time comes for a new one I’d be interested in the Landroid vision but I have one major question….how does it handle the cement public sidewalk vs. the cement walkway that goes up to my front door and splits my front yard in two? I would not want it to cross the sidewalk but I would want it to cross the walkway.

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Posted by Alan
Asked on April 20, 2024 10:41 am
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Hi, this would not be a problem as the mower would not cross any path/sidewalk unless there is an RFID tag on each side of the path to instruct it to do so. Hope this helps.

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Answered on April 20, 2024 10:42 am
    Having the little green circles laying in my front yard seems like it would maybe be a bit weird? Does the grass basically grow around them and they become basically unnoticeable? They look like kind of a bright green rather than a grass green. Thanks a lot for the reply. At least I know it’s doable.I’d be a bit concerned about the boundary strip along my neighbors yard as well partly for the same reason as it’s also the front yard and because they have a lawn service with riding machines that make u-turns right there.
    (Alan at April 20, 2024 10:51 am)
      Yes it needs to "see" the RFID green circles (and the no go boundary wire) in order to navigate. So unlike the traditional robotic mower boundary wire that normally sinks/disappears into the lawn, these cannot. The mower will keep the grass down over both the tags and no go wire so will always be on display. Have you considered GPS/RTK guided?
      ( at April 20, 2024 10:56 am)
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