Citycare Property's new spider mower is a striking sight, as it negotiates the hard-to-reach areas in the company's open space maintenance contract in Dunedin.
The future is here, and it’s in the guise of a small but perfectly-formed robot, or mowbot as it's affectionately called at Citycare.
Citycare Property's new electric stand-on mower is a quieter, safer option for maintaining popular parks and shared spaces, and is part of Citycare Group's drive to deploy more sustainable technologies in its operations.
Innovative 3D printing technology, alongside archived images from the 1970s, were used to help Citycare restore the historic Sunnyside fountain to its former glory.
Our thermal weeding unit sprays weeds with super-heated steam, while our weed-seeking technology uses infrared sensors to detect and spray a weed with pinpoint accuracy. Both techniques offer more sustainable weed control solutions.
Citycare Property has been one of the first open space maintenance service providers in New Zealand to purchase and deploy a commercial grade electric mower.