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Robots??? What Robots?
These Robots
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04-08-2017 04:40 AM

 



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Dallas Startup Employs Dozens Of Robots To Mow Lawns...

Robots Take Over Tedious Chore: Mowing Lawns
April 6, 2017 7:46 PM By Gilma Avalos
Filed Under: GPS, lawn care, Lawn Mower, mowing lawns, Robin, Robots, small business

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RICHARDSON (CBS11) – In Richardson, a robot is reporting for its first day on the job.

Dallas lawn care startup, Robin has installed 50 robotic lawnmowers in North Texas, with plans to roll out 50 to 100 more every month.

“We’ve been running a lawn care business for the last 2 years. It’s grown very quickly to 6,000 customers. We see this as an opportunity to create a more reliable experience for our customers,” says Co-Founder and CEO Justin Crandall.

The cutting-edge technology has neighbors doing double takes.

“Robots are cool! People love them,” says Bart Lomont, Co-Founder and VP of Operations.

Convenience is another big draw.

“Mowing the lawn is done with a machine. It’s been done with a machine since the lawn mower was invented. We’re taking the last piece, the human element out of it,” says Lamont, adding the technology frees up crews to work with their hands, and use their skillsets to provide lawn care.

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