Rigby Taylor tees up product display for BTME

Turf management supplier Rigby Taylor has unveiled the product line that will go on show at BTME 2016, from grass seed and fertilisers to its new line-marking robot, Intelligent One.

Intelligent One, Rigby Taylor's new line marking robot. Image: Rigby Taylor
Intelligent One, Rigby Taylor's new line marking robot. Image: Rigby Taylor

In addition to the company's evolving range of grass seeds from Top Green – including high-performing tetraploid mixtures and the Euroflor range of flower mixtures - the company's stand will also display the latest developments in fertiliser super micro-granulation and wetting agent chemistry.

Visitors will also be able to see Intelligent One, the world's first automatic robot for the precision line marking of sports pitches.

Combining GPS and Integrated Paint Technology, the robot can be programmed to mark sports pitches using WiFi-control from a tablet.

Designed for use with a 5L Eco-Bag of Impact XP line marking paint, and featuring the iGO pump, solenoid and nozzle, the Intelligent One is programmable for travel between pitches on the same site and can mark 12 to 16 pitches from one battery charge. Customised pitch plans are supplied or can be accessed from Google Maps.

Rigby Taylor industry experts will also be available to provide advice and to discuss the company's new partnership with the Football Association's Pitch Improvement Programme.

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