The virtual wall is based on pure software and does not require additional accessory devices like beacons or roadblocks. And there is no need to make any changes in the actual application scenarios for the robot to realize virtual wall avoidance and limit its working area. Physical magnetic track separation is also supported (optional).
With virtual wall technology, users can switch among different tracks, move the tracks to a different place or edit the tracks according to the specific requirements in actual application scenarios. Therefore, it avoids errors due to signals or errors accumulated in the manually paved tracks. It costs less but provides a high-resolution map.
While walking, the virtual wall technology can make the robot take the virtual walls as real obstacles, avoid them automatically and then restart intelligent path planning and navigation.