Bigmow works completely autonomously in all the zones delimited by the perimeter wires.
Its activity remains quiet (max. 58 dB(A)), and it saves data so its productivity can be controlled and adjusted if necessary. The charging process at a low voltage station is entirely automated and safe. A sustainable mow with an average annual energy consumption at barely 830 kWh.
- Mowing capacity up to 24 000 m2
- 5 independent floating mowing heads
- Energy savings
- Absolute safety due to 5 sonars
Mowing capacityUp to 24.000 m2
Electricity costs€ 150 / year
Cutting method5 floating heads
Advantages of Belrobotics robots
- 1 24.000 m2 in a few hours
- 2 Replaces several small robot mowers
- 3 Much cheaper than a garden tractor
- 4 10 times less CO2* emissions
- 5 8 x lower energy costs*
- 6 No noise pollution
- 7 100 % ecological
- 8 Impeccable turf in better condition
- 9 Warning in case of theft or malfunction
- 10 GPS guidance system
Parks and Gardens
Thousands of private gardens and parks are already connected to our Connected Line. We know your priorities.Discover Discover
Our technology allows you to contain your expenses in a way that benefits a sustainable policy and a reduction in your ecological footprint.Discover Discover
Our robot mowers manage all your pitches as the grass grows, from their configuration and the number of adjacent zones.Discover Discover
Bigmow manages the mowing of a driving range of up to 20.000 m². In turn, the Ballpicker returns 12.000 balls in 24 hours, over an area that may extend to up to 30.000 m².Discover Discover
Connected line app and web portal
Your robot mower can work completely autonomously, which is due to carefully worked-out programming. And to make your life even easier, our professional automowers are connected to a web portal to allow them to be controlled from the Belrobotics application. You can also manage your fleet of robot mowers entirely from your tablet or your smartphone.
Find out about our simplified user interface, the exceptional user-friendliness of the application and new functions.