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Robomowers head off to cut lawns at Tower of London . Yoeman Warder Jason Woodcock and the new Robot lawn mower in The Tower of London today. Robot mowers have been deployed to tend some of the capital's oldest lawns at the Tower of London. Autonomous GPS-controlled bots have been brought in to work around the castle's moat, and the lawn of the White Tower. Two mowers run in the moat each morning at walking pace, but around the White Tower a four-wheel-drive model does a night shift to avoid disturbing the resident ravens. They work in a geo-fencing wired area, a similar principle to domestic vacuum robots, with gardeners tracking them on an app. The battery-powered Husqvarna bots, each costing about L4,000, replace ride-on diesel mowers. ? Jeremy Selwyn / Evening Standard / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or otherwise distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Robomowers head off to cut lawns at Tower of London . Yoeman Warder Jason Woodcock and the new Robot lawn mower in The Tower of London today. Robot mowers have been deployed to tend some of the capital's oldest lawns at the Tower of London. Autonomous GPS-controlled bots have been brought in to work around the castle's moat, and the lawn of the White Tower. Two mowers run in the moat each morning at walking pace, but around the White Tower a four-wheel-drive model does a night shift to avoid disturbing the resident ravens. They work in a geo-fencing wired area, a similar principle to domestic vacuum robots, with gardeners tracking them on an app. The battery-powered Husqvarna bots, each costing about L4,000, replace ride-on diesel mowers. ? Jeremy Selwyn / Evening Standard / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or otherwise distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Robomowers head off to cut lawns at Tower of London . Yoeman Warder Jason Woodcock and the new Robot lawn mower in The Tower of London today. Robot mowers have been deployed to tend some of the capital's oldest lawns at the Tower of London. Autonomous GPS-controlled bots have been brought in to work around the castle's moat, and the lawn of the White Tower. Two mowers run in the moat each morning at walking pace, but around the White Tower a four-wheel-drive model does a night shift to avoid disturbing the resident ravens. They work in a geo-fencing wired area, a similar principle to domestic vacuum robots, with gardeners tracking them on an app. The battery-powered Husqvarna bots, each costing about L4,000, replace ride-on diesel mowers. ? Jeremy Selwyn / Evening Standard / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or otherwise distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Robomowers head off to cut lawns at Tower of London . Yoeman Warder Jason Woodcock and the new Robot lawn mower in The Tower of London today. Robot mowers have been deployed to tend some of the capital's oldest lawns at the Tower of London. Autonomous GPS-controlled bots have been brought in to work around the castle's moat, and the lawn of the White Tower. Two mowers run in the moat each morning at walking pace, but around the White Tower a four-wheel-drive model does a night shift to avoid disturbing the resident ravens. They work in a geo-fencing wired area, a similar principle to domestic vacuum robots, with gardeners tracking them on an app. The battery-powered Husqvarna bots, each costing about L4,000, replace ride-on diesel mowers. ? Jeremy Selwyn / Evening Standard / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or otherwise distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Robomowers head off to cut lawns at Tower of London . Yoeman Warder Jason Woodcock and the new Robot lawn mower in The Tower of London today. Robot mowers have been deployed to tend some of the capital's oldest lawns at the Tower of London. Autonomous GPS-controlled bots have been brought in to work around the castle's moat, and the lawn of the White Tower. Two mowers run in the moat each morning at walking pace, but around the White Tower a four-wheel-drive model does a night shift to avoid disturbing the resident ravens. They work in a geo-fencing wired area, a similar principle to domestic vacuum robots, with gardeners tracking them on an app. The battery-powered Husqvarna bots, each costing about L4,000, replace ride-on diesel mowers. ? Jeremy Selwyn / Evening Standard / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or otherwise distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Robomowers head off to cut lawns at Tower of London . Yoeman Warder Jason Woodcock and the new Robot lawn mower in The Tower of London today. Robot mowers have been deployed to tend some of the capital's oldest lawns at the Tower of London. Autonomous GPS-controlled bots have been brought in to work around the castle's moat, and the lawn of the White Tower. Two mowers run in the moat each morning at walking pace, but around the White Tower a four-wheel-drive model does a night shift to avoid disturbing the resident ravens. They work in a geo-fencing wired area, a similar principle to domestic vacuum robots, with gardeners tracking them on an app. The battery-powered Husqvarna bots, each costing about L4,000, replace ride-on diesel mowers. ? Jeremy Selwyn / Evening Standard / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or otherwise distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Robomowers head off to cut lawns at Tower of London . Yoeman Warder Jason Woodcock and the new Robot lawn mower in The Tower of London today. Robot mowers have been deployed to tend some of the capital's oldest lawns at the Tower of London. Autonomous GPS-controlled bots have been brought in to work around the castle's moat, and the lawn of the White Tower. Two mowers run in the moat each morning at walking pace, but around the White Tower a four-wheel-drive model does a night shift to avoid disturbing the resident ravens. They work in a geo-fencing wired area, a similar principle to domestic vacuum robots, with gardeners tracking them on an app. The battery-powered Husqvarna bots, each costing about L4,000, replace ride-on diesel mowers. ? Jeremy Selwyn / Evening Standard / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or otherwise distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Robomowers head off to cut lawns at Tower of London . Yoeman Warder Jason Woodcock and the new Robot lawn mower in The Tower of London today. Robot mowers have been deployed to tend some of the capital's oldest lawns at the Tower of London. Autonomous GPS-controlled bots have been brought in to work around the castle's moat, and the lawn of the White Tower. Two mowers run in the moat each morning at walking pace, but around the White Tower a four-wheel-drive model does a night shift to avoid disturbing the resident ravens. They work in a geo-fencing wired area, a similar principle to domestic vacuum robots, with gardeners tracking them on an app. The battery-powered Husqvarna bots, each costing about L4,000, replace ride-on diesel mowers. ? Jeremy Selwyn / Evening Standard / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or otherwise distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Robomowers head off to cut lawns at Tower of London . Yoeman Warder Jason Woodcock and the new Robot lawn mower in The Tower of London today. Robot mowers have been deployed to tend some of the capital's oldest lawns at the Tower of London. Autonomous GPS-controlled bots have been brought in to work around the castle's moat, and the lawn of the White Tower. Two mowers run in the moat each morning at walking pace, but around the White Tower a four-wheel-drive model does a night shift to avoid disturbing the resident ravens. They work in a geo-fencing wired area, a similar principle to domestic vacuum robots, with gardeners tracking them on an app. The battery-powered Husqvarna bots, each costing about L4,000, replace ride-on diesel mowers. ? Jeremy Selwyn / Evening Standard / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or otherwise distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Robomowers head off to cut lawns at Tower of London . Yoeman Warder Jason Woodcock and the new Robot lawn mower in The Tower of London today. Robot mowers have been deployed to tend some of the capital's oldest lawns at the Tower of London. Autonomous GPS-controlled bots have been brought in to work around the castle's moat, and the lawn of the White Tower. Two mowers run in the moat each morning at walking pace, but around the White Tower a four-wheel-drive model does a night shift to avoid disturbing the resident ravens. They work in a geo-fencing wired area, a similar principle to domestic vacuum robots, with gardeners tracking them on an app. The battery-powered Husqvarna bots, each costing about L4,000, replace ride-on diesel mowers. ? Jeremy Selwyn / Evening Standard / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or otherwise distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.