Robotic mowing company purchases two landscaping businesses

Dexter mower (Photo courtesy of Electric Sheep)
Dexter mower (Photo courtesy of Electric Sheep)

Electric Sheep, a maintenance company powered by artificial intelligence and robotics, acquired two landscaping businesses: Phenix Landscape of Nashville, Tenn., and Complete Landscaping in Whittier, Calif.

Complete Landscaping performs commercial irrigation, pest control and landscape maintenance and enhancements. Tom Murray founded the business more than 50 years ago as a teenager.

“As AI makes inroads in vertical industries, landscaping is just at the start of incorporating this technology to automate very manual processes,” said Murray. “As part of Electric Sheep, our customers are going to directly benefit from its proprietary AI robots that streamline time-consuming tasks like mowing.”

Electric Sheep said its model automates mowing and sweeping, inventory management, customer success and marketing.

“We are aggressively exploring landscaping businesses in the top 50 metro areas with a high rate of growth and plenty of turf to maximize the impact of automating mowing,” said Nag Murty, CEO and co-founder of Electric Sheep.

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