Case study: Scythe Robotics
Data labeling for Scythe Robotics’ precise off-road perception models

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Scythe Robotics’s autonomous commercial mowers operate on large lawns. They are equipped with stereo camera pairs and other sensors.

The objective of the perception model is to recognize fully drivable area and distinguish between an area covered with leaves or dirt, lawn borders, and unknown objects.

Scythe takes a deep learning approach, which requires a considerable amount of accurately labeled 2D and 3D data across a variety of more than 50 classes.


Scythe segmented drivable areas and obstacles on the platform for the past three years to create accurate labels.

The custom insights tab enables the engineering team to follow up on the most critical labeling metrics,and billing of the outsourced labeling.

In the past years, the Scythe team and collaborated closely to develop and improve numerous features to speed up the labeling, such as SAM.


Scythe Robotics at a glance

  • Customer since 2020

  • Industry: Autonomous mowing robots

  • Funding: $60.6 million

  • Founding year: 2018

  • Size: 65 employees


The relationship with has been great, with great support. The tools used for the labeling process are simple to use, with improvements making the experience better every day.

Jose rendon leyva

Data Operations
Scythe Robotics’s Superpixel tool for image segmentation boosts our labeling efficiency significantly. The workflows, Python SDK, and webhooks have been game changers for us. The platform is now seamlessly integrated with our active learning pipeline.

Andres Milioto

Senior Computer Vision Engineer
Scythe Robotics Alumni
Author of SemanticKITTI and RangeNet++

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