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Tips for recording a great route

  • Return the robot close to the starting point before you finish recording the route.

  • Don't get too close to walls or large obstacles, and try to stay 0.5m - 9m.

  • Be sure to navigate around walls and stationary obstructions. If the path crosses through a wall, the robot will collide with the wall.

  • When creating a route down a long hallway, only add a point from one end of the hallway to the other. Adding several points throughout a hallway can confuse the robot during patrol.

Route Examples

Great routes

Poor routes

Example 1: Route crosses through a wall.


Example 2: Route is too close to the wall.


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