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TinyMobileRobots nearing 1 millionth completed sports field

March 31, 2022
Photo: TinyMobileRobots

Photo: TinyMobileRobots

TinyMobileRobots will complete its one millionth sports field with FC Dallas, culminating in savings of 1.6 million hours of labor, $102.5 million and 1.5 million gallons of paint.

Based in Denmark, TinyMobileRobots manufactures autonomous GPS line-marking robots. The TinyLineMarker is one of the machines used by professional sports teams, leagues, youth programs, universities and schools to paint the lines on sports fields.

“When I started the company six years ago, I never imagined we could reach so many painted fields in such a short time,” Jens Peder Kristensen, founder and CEO of TinyMobileRobots, said. “We have been able to achieve this fantastic milestone due to a strong focus on customer needs and customer support, and this has only been possible because I have such dedicated employees really wanting to get the best solutions to the customers.”

According to Kristensen, it takes 40 hours to assemble the robot once it receives the parts, including testing, calibration and shipment preparation.

The TinyLineMarker comes in two models: Sport and Pro. The differences between the two models are broken down here.

Each robot comes with a control tablet that includes more than 50 sportsfield templates. With these templates, robots can paint entire soccer fields in 20 minutes, saving sports field managers time, money and energy by as much as 90 percent.

Users drag and drop the templates into Google Maps on the tablet to get started. All templates can customize on the go and new templates release regularly.

“I believe that the easiness of operating the robots has motivated customers to use the robots much more than if the technology was heavy and difficult to use,” Kristensen said.

The TinyLineMarker Sport weighs 55 pounds and fits in the truck of a car. No extra equipment besides the robot and the tablet are needed to operate.

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