If technology cannot reduce our daily, often loathed, chores into automatic acts of programmed machines, then what’s the fun. So why bother with watering your garden when you can have stupid machines bear your burden? Exactly and that’s where the concept of Beyflo comes in. Beyflo envisioned by Yopi Djauhar (currently completing Product Design degree course in Limkokwing University, Malaysia) is a garden watering system for the year 2015. Beyflo navigates automatically through the garden, watering it perfectly. It requires little managing since it can refill water and charge itself. Even the tough to reach plants cannot escape a shower since Beyflo would easily increase its water pump pressure. Equipped with object sensors, Beyflo moves effortlessly across the turf. The CPU on this thing is a PCB and takes care of control motor, pump and power to each component. The wheels are solid PU for perfect traction. The designer says that in envisioning this project, he has also taken in the future marketing considerations. People would be so very lazy in future – thanks to all the machines – that this device would be a complete hit, without any doubt.