Turf Tank at GroundsFest 2023

Turf Tank is unleashing the robots at the 2023 GroundsFest, offering attendees a unique opportunity to get a first glance at the all-new Turf Tank Two while also vying for a chance to win a Turf Tank robot for an entire year.

The Danish company is the inventor of the world’s first autonomous, GPS-guided robot built and designed specifically to flawlessly paint athletic pitches. Turf Tank is excited to exhibit its renowned line marking prowess at this year’s festival. At GroundsFest, attendees are invited to see the brand-new Turf Tank Two as it makes its first appearance ever at a tradeshow following its summer release.

Turf Tank Two, the successor to the globally successful Turf Tank One, was unveiled in July and is yet again set to revolutionize the field painting industry. The updated model has a new look and has been meticulously crafted through rigorous research and development, constructive feedback from users, and a focus on elevating the user experience to new heights. Featuring a revamped sprayer module, user-friendly software, and a newly designed paint compartment, the robot is ready to display its prowess at the 2023 GroundsFest.

Witness the robot in action
Performance and accuracy are the cornerstones of Turf Tank and attendees at the festival will have the unique chance to see the newly designed robot at stand #OSA191 where Turf Tank will be conducting live demonstrations to display its capabilities.

In addition to the live demos, visitors who stop by the Turf Tank stand will also be in the running for an exclusive GroundsFest competition in which they can win a Turf Tank robot for an entire year.

GroundsFest is a new event featuring outdoor demonstrations and indoor zones, interactive workstations, and plenty of networking opportunities. Whether you are involved with groundscare, sports turf management, athletics or otherwise linemarking, a visit to the Turf Tank stand is a must to explore how they can streamline your sports painting needs.

The Role of Turf Tank Robots
While the use of a Turf Tank robot is not intended to replace manual labor, their purpose lies in aiding and assisting turf managers and at the same time freeing up invaluable time to tend to other pivotal tasks within the sports facilities. Turf Tank frees up hundreds of hours each year and saves liters and liters of paint and raises the bar with remarkable marking painting times such as:

  • Football 11v11: An efficient 23:56 minutes.
  • Rugby: A steady 3 hours 33 minutes.
  • Rounders: A quick 6 minutes.
  • 400m Running Track: A brisk 1 hour 33 minutes.

With the first robot Launched in 2015, Turf Tank is based in Svenstrup, Denmark, a small city just outside the fourth-largest city in Denmark. To date, the company has more than 2,000 robots painting pitches globally and a noteworthy 190 in the UK and Ireland alone. Their clientele includes schools, universities, municipalities, and sports clubs.

Don’t miss the chance to drop by stand #OSA191 at this year’s GroundsFest to delve deeper into the world of Turf Tank and its revolutionary offerings.