Vector Machines BV




This supplier is exhibiting at Intersolar Europe.

Product Groups

  • Operation and maintenance of solar power installations (O&M)

Contact Information

+31 085 0049697
Vector Machines BV
Ossekamp 3
8531XK Lemmer, Netherlands
Individual company presentation

Autonomous mowing machine

Many solar parks still use radio-controlled mowers to mow the grass and manage the vegetation, but these machines are inefficient and time-consuming. The solution to this problem is the use of the Vector autonomous mower for solar parks.

Efficiency autonomous mower

The Vector autonomous mower is able to work much more efficiently than traditional mowers. Being autonomous, they can operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, allowing them to manage the site much faster and more effectively. This means less time and money spent on manually mowing grass and vegetation.


The Vector autonomous mower mows using GPS and LIDAR. In addition, the machine has a wide cutting deck, is relatively fast and can be used to the maximum thanks to the optional double battery pack. Because the mower drives for 4 hours and then charges for 4 hours, it is able to keep 60,000 m2 short per day.

Cutting image

Thanks to the GPS and LIDAR combination, the mowing robot can mow straight lines without a boundary wire in the ground, so that the mower is not only 300% more efficient than a "random" mowing robot, but the mowing pattern is also very tight due to the straight lines that deviate a maximum of 10 cm over a distance of 50 meters.

Versatile autonomous mower

Because our Vector mower is a so-called tool carrier, you can hang different tools in front of it. As a result, the mowing robot is suitable for many different applications. With the circular mowing deck, it can mow entire solar parks autonomously, but if you hang a cylinder mower in front of it, it is also extremely suitable for maintaining golf courses. If you mount a mowing deck with side ejection, you can create a biodiverse terrain completely autonomously because you impoverish one part of the plot while enriching another part, which in turn greatly impresses biologists. In short, a versatile autonomous machine that takes green maintenance to a new level!

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