Monitoring Moisture At National Golf Links with Afternoon Flights

By William Salinetti, CGCS, Superintendent at National Golf Links of America GreenSight thermal imaging allows superintendents to see relative evapotranspiration rates across their course. Morning flights are convenient, but afternoon flights clearly highlight moisture variations allowing better optimization of irrigation. Early Morning Flights The GreenSight Team and I originally agreed upon a 7:30am flight schedule. The[…]

GreenSight Featured in Pro Shop Magazine

Get Over It! By Michael Cunningham Incorporating UAV technology into the operation of Today’s golf facilities: What you should know! Full article here: https://golfindustrynetwork.ca/get-over-it/ Greenskeeping 25 years ago was an art. Now it’s fine art and a science. It required just as much work 25 years ago as it does now, despite the extensive use of[…]

GreenSight and Victoria Golf Club in Golf Course Management Magazine

View the original article here Remote control A Canadian superintendent takes disease and water management to new heights with an agronomic-focused drone program. Paul Robertson, superintendent of links at Victoria Golf Club in the Canadian province of British Columbia, is a practical man. … “To more accurately schedule irrigation, we have been using Spectrum Technology’s TDR (time-domain reflectometry)[…]

Greensight Agronomics Named Winner of Startup Arlington Competition

GreenSight has won Startup Arlington! Read the full details below in a press release by Arlington Economic Development: March 1, 2017 | News Release Winner is Boston-based data startup Winner receives investment, three months of free office and living space as well as other amenities Total of 129 applications received Boston-based GreenSight Agronomics is the winner of this year’s[…]

GreenSight Agronomics Launching Their Second Generation Turfgrass Drone Service

Boston, MA, Oct. 20, 2016 — GreenSight Agronomics, a leading turfgrass and agricultural drone services provider, today announced the launch of their second generation automated golf course drone and turfgrass analytics service. James Peverill, CEO, GreenSight said: “GreenSight’s proprietary drone, sensors, and plant-health analytics provide turfgrass managers with actionable information on the health of their[…]

GreenSight Part of Mass. Robotics Delegation Heading to China to Seek Investors

Boston Business Journal Oct 6, 2016 Representatives from 10 Massachusetts robotics companies will travel to China at the end of October to meet with potential investors and companies there in an effort to connect American innovation with Chinese capital and partnership opportunities. The trip, which is scheduled for Oct. 22-30, was organized by InTeahouse, a[…]

GreenSight Featured in Golfdom

Original Golfdom Article Drones, data and turf maintenance By David McPherson|  October 4, 2016 The old adage “A picture is worth a thousand words” is a refrain to which golf course superintendents subscribe. Photographs help turfgrass managers explain agronomic and maintenance programs to members and sell renovation and capital improvement projects to boards of directors. A smartphone[…]

GreenSight Imagery Used On Golf Channel

GreenSights before and after aerial imagery of TPC River Highlands was used recently on The Golf Channel during a segment discussing renovations to the course in preparation for the 2016 Travelers Championship. The Tournament Players Club (TPC) golf course network is operated by the PGA TOUR and are courses designed specifically for holding championship events. GreenSight performed[…]

GreenSight Ready to Launch Summer Trials

Over the past few weeks, the teams at GreenSight Agronomics have been working diligently towards readying our automated plant health drone system for deployment to our trial customers. The team has implemented new software to make the system more automated, refining the user interface, and implementing reliability improvements. The drones have been flying daily missions[…]

GreenSight Ag One Of Boston’s New ‘Crop’ of Cool Startups – Boston Globe

… “Also hoping to take flight is Greensight Agronomics , which is building quad-rotor drones that will live and work at golf courses. They’ll automatically lift off three times a week to capture images of the grass, which will let groundskeepers see areas that might need more or less water — or a spot application of pesticide.”[…]