A few days ago, we loaded up a SnowBot Pro and drove 60 minutes west of the Left Hand Robotics headquarters in Longmont, Colorado to the Colorado high country in search of fresh snow.
We were lucky to arrive in the early morning to find newly fallen snow, and it wasn’t long before we had the SnowBot Pro off the trailer and clearing snowy sidewalks. Click the image above to watch the video.
The SnowBot Pro easily passed the test of performing at an elevation of over 9,000 feet near Breckenridge, but our real goal was to spend the day running the robot through various tests and trials in the snow (we haven’t had a lot of snow down here in the Boulder area). At the same time, we brought along a camera so that we could take some videos to show to all of you.
You can get the complete story on how SnowBot Pro works — from mapping and saving a path to automatically applying deicer — by watching this 3-minute video.
There’s no business like snow business!
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