Introducing the new EYE-Q Productivity System

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by Sean Adams, Nov 5, 2003.

  1. Sean Adams

    Sean Adams LawnSite Gold Member
    Posts: 3,597

    Introducing the new EYE-Q Productivity System: The future of lawn care and mower maintenance has arrived.

    This easy-to-use, revolutionary component communicates with an electronic data system, and is designed to help dealers and owners analyze operator productivity, assist in equipment maintenance and upkeep, and evaluate the mower's performance. Go to http://www.gravelyeye-q.com/kw_lawnsite
    to Rev Up Your Profits.
     
  2. Willmow4dough

    Willmow4dough LawnSite Member
    Posts: 56

    Link doesn't work Sean.
     
  3. 1MajorTom

    1MajorTom Senior Moderator
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  4. Ax Man

    Ax Man LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 446

    Pretty neat toy,
    I want remote control.
     
  5. NCSULandscaper

    NCSULandscaper Banned
    Posts: 1,557

    Looks like a waste of money to me. I dont need a computer telling me when to service my machine. I keep it serviced all the time at the correct times.
     
  6. chuckwk

    chuckwk Founder
    from KC, MO
    Posts: 634

    Two thumbs up for you! I would forget to wipe my butt if it didnt stink.. (kidding)
     
  7. Richard Martin

    Richard Martin LawnSite Fanatic
    Posts: 14,700

    That looks to be one incredible system Gravely has developed there. The ability to tell you when to change the oil is but one thing it does. The system can tell you a whole barrel full of info including where the mower has been and how long the blades were turning. My question is will they be making a version of it to fit other mowers?
     
  8. MOW ED

    MOW ED LawnSite Fanatic
    Posts: 5,028

    Its Big Brother for a mower. I think it is a great idea. I don't run crews but I can see where this can help with overall efficiency from a managers point of view.
    GPS and shock sensors are unique ideas and can answer questions that were previous mysteries. "I don't know how I lost that there front caster wheel."
    It is neat to see new technology in this form coming to the industry. Some may not need it but for those that do, it can be a tremendous help. Glad to see the Wisconsin boys taking the lead.
     
  9. Cheesedawg1

    Cheesedawg1 LawnSite Senior Member
    from NJ
    Posts: 283

    Pretty neat.
     
  10. tiedeman

    tiedeman LawnSite Fanatic
    from earth
    Posts: 8,745

    that is my question as well
     

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