How is the automated driving range maintenance system installed?

At AMS Robotics, we are committed to empowering organizations like yours to embrace cutting-edge eco-technology, optimize outdoor tasks, and achieve remarkable results. In this article, we look at the consultation and installation process of the automated driving range maintenance system for golf driving range facilities.

How is the automated driving range maintenance system installed?

Easy as… 1, 2, 3

At AMS Robotics, customers will experience a highly personalised consultation and installation process. Here is a brief rundown of what you can expect from us when choosing automated ball management and mowing for your driving range.

Free No Obligation Site Appraisial

Step 1: Free Site Appraisal

During our first discussion, usually over the phone, we try to establish your current situation. Firstly we need to know how big the green space is. Secondly how complex the layout is and whether or not there are any steep slopes or obstacles. This is usually done using satellite mapping software. We then, arrange a site visit to get to know you and your green space. The last step is to generate a proposal.

Step 2: Installation

Once the proposal is accepted, the installation process begins.

A site survey is carried out by an AMS specialist. They will examine the area and decide the best positioning of the boundary (virtual or physical wire), charge stations, ball drop zone, etc. Above all taking into consideration any obstacles to avoid and slopes.

Installing the robots – The boundary is either plotted as a virtual perimeter (GPS RTK WIseNav Models) or a physical perimeter wire is buried into a discreet channel (Connected Line). Generally, each robot required will have a charging station installed. In addition, driving ranges also have the ball wash and transport system installed. The ball pit (see image) is what the BallPicker robot drops the collected range balls into.

Installtion of driving range ball pit for the Belrobotics ball collector robot Ball Picker.
Robots take control of your outfield maintenance

Step 3: Robots Take Control

With the consultation and installation process complete. The robotic system is ready to start automating those mundane maintenance tasks. Furthermore, for complete peace of mind, we provide total support. This includes the dedicated AMS Support App for fault reporting and an online store for parts ordering. In addition to this, we provide a full annual service. After working for you day and night. We pamper your robot with a full diagnostic check, software updates, a fresh set of blades and a clean and polished – collected and returned… all good as new.

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