We often hear, “the grass isn’t always greener,” but on sports fields some spots might actually be greener, safer, and more resource efficient. 🌱
Shockingly, 90% of sports injuries result from slips on inadequately maintained turf.
However, proper field maintenance can come with hours of manual labor and tools that lack precision, resulting in excess resource use and imperfect results.
This week’s company uses robotics and AI to scan fields and ensure optimal conditions while decreasing resources needed.
E-Nano designs robotics and software tools to help grounds keepers ensure optimal field conditions.
Robotics: Advanced machinery navigates fields and uses sensors and data analysis to identify areas that need attention.
Optimal: E-Nano's approach ensures prime and cost-effective surface maintenance, reducing resource overuse.
E-Nano's technology enables automatic data collection, drastically slashing labor requirements and associated costs.
⛳ Use cases: Beyond traditional sports fields, E-Nano's versatile sensors can be brought to golf courses, farms, parks, and more.
🍃 Environmental Impact: E-Nano helps reduce the use of fertilizers, water, and other inputs, resulting in greener grass and a lower carbon footprint.
🔄 Sales cycles: E-Nano could encounter prolonged sales cycles, especially when targeting end customers who have historically been slower to embrace new hardware and software solutions.
⚙️ High touch: Given their complex product offerings, E-Nano must work closely with customers for seamless hardware-software integration and maintenance.
💰Costly production: E-Nano has high input costs and may need to continue to spend heavily on the production of the units before selling the product at scale.
Pioneering the automated assessment of sports fields and agricultural lands, E-Nano's patented robotics sensor, is set to revolutionize the playing field in the sports and agtech markets.