Robin's Fleet Console is now available to all new and existing Robin customers. It is straightforward to gain access to Fleet Console.
FREMONT, CA: Robin Autopilot, a pioneer in robotic mowing technology and robotics-as-a-service (RaaS), has announced the release of its Fleet Console platform, a multi-manufacturer fleet management system that allows landscapers to monitor the status of their robotic mower fleets, send fleet commands, track maintenance, and more.
Fleet Console is the most recent addition to Robin's ever-expanding line of goods and technologies for the rapidly developing robotic mowing sector. The modular nature of the new fleet management platform enables it to readily interact with numerous brands and models of service robots and various field service software and customer relationship management (CRM) systems.
"We are excited to offer Fleet Console to our subscribers, and we plan to expand the integrations and features available on the platform in the near future," said Chief Executive Officer Hiten Sonpal. "For the launch, we chose to integrate with Husqvarna first because of the high quality of their mowers and their industry expertise as the leading manufacturer in the market. Before the start of next season, we will publish our own programming interface to support the integration of the next generation of commercial autonomous lawn mowers from manufacturers like Graze, Greenzie, and Scythe. In the near term, we also intend to roll out integrations to other field services software and CRM systems like Salesforce, Quickbooks, Aspire, LMN, Service Autopilot, Lawn Buddy and others."
Robin's Fleet Console is now available to all new and existing Robin customers. It is straightforward to gain access to Fleet Console. Existing subscribers can choose "Fleet" from the Aviator menu. To join up for a trial, new subscribers should call Robin's support service at (214) 238-4552, extension 2.