A great start to the year for team AMS after exhibiting the robotic maintenance system at the BTME Turf Management Show earlier this month.
Although not as busy as Saltex late last year, the show had a great atmosphere. We met many new potential clients in the golf industry, and caught up with many existing customers who stopped by our stand for a catch-up! The BTME show gives us a great opportunity to really understand what is on trend with golf clubs now. It also helps us think what we need to be doing in order to grab their attention with our robots. The AMS wash and return system sparked a large amount of interest, so we look forward to introducing it into some new ranges this year. We also had a great contact system set up by our fabulous tech girl Natalie. We are able to take contact details and voicenote down any extra details.
This year AMS occupied a slightly smaller stand than last years BTME Show. We did not have as much room as we would have hoped, therefore not able to set ParcMow up to navigate itself around all day. Taking this into consideration, the stand did not disappoint. The team did a great job of utilising the space considering the size of the robots.
The show has been extremely beneficial for business and the team. Exhibitions such as the BTME Turf Management Show are a great opportunitiy for us to reach the masses and give them a greater understanding of the world of robotic maintenance.Philip Sear, MD of AMS Robotics.
The AMS robotic maintenance system continues to enhance outfield management across the UK. With recent installs of the BigMow robotic mower at Loughborough and Stirling University. We are looking forward to a promising 2020.