New Website for The Pet Practice

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The Pet Practice, a veterinary clinic based in St James, Western Australia, recently launched their new website to show off their range of animal services.

Our modern clinic, which is fully-equipped to provide all aspects of veterinary care and medicine.”

— The Pet Practice

PERTH, WESTERN AUSTRALIA, AUSTRALIA, December 4, 2018 / — The Pet Practice is a modern vet clinic that offers a range of veterinary services to help your pets live healthier, longer lives.

All of our staff members are pet owners themselves, which gives them an understanding of how important each pet is to their families. This is why we strive to provide them with the best veterinary care possible, in a loving and friendly environment.

This is backed up by our modern clinic, which is fully-equipped to provide all aspects of veterinary care and medicine – and delivered by our knowledgeable and experienced team. We offer the following services:

Vaccinations and microchips
Diagnostic testing
Diagnostic imaging (x-rays and ultrasounds)
Hip, Elbow and Spinal Scheme X-rays and PennHip
DNA Testing
Kennel Run
Wellness Plans
Mobile Consults

At The Pet Practice, we specialise in animal reproduction. From simple advice to artificial insemination, we offer all services related to cat and dog reproduction. See for more information.

The Pet Practice is owned and run by Dr Nadine Gruenthal. After working at a range of prominent veterinary clinics across Perth, she wanted to open up her own practice, but with a difference. Her plan was to open a boutique clinic with a modern feel – offering exceptional services while also building personalised relationships with all the clients.

To help our clients and other site users, we regularly update our new website with useful content like our new Pet Library section – that helps pet owners find basic knowledge on various conditions.

Visit us today, and become part of the Pet Practice family.

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Seeds for Impact West Africa Programme Launch to Promote Sustainable Agriculture

Stakeholders for Seeds For Impact Programme

Some Seed Growers At the Event

The initiative is a US $60 million programme that seeks to address the funding gap faced by seed companies scaling their seed production for staple crops.

The African seed market has great potential for growth given that improved seed is currently available for less than 10% of total arable acreage in sub-Saharan Africa,”

— Lord Paul Boateng, Board Chair, The AECF.

EAST LEGON, ACCRA, GHANA, December 4, 2018 / — The AECF recently launched the Seeds for Impact West Africa Programme on 27th November 2018, at a cocktail reception at Labadi Beach Hotel, in Accra, Ghana. The launch was attended by dignitaries, government officials, development partners and seed companies from across Africa. The initiative is a US $60 million programme that seeks to address the funding gap faced by seed companies scaling their seed production for staple crops.

“It all starts with the seed. We are here because we care about smallholder farmers and Africa. We can make a difference to agricultural productivity in Africa if we ensure that smallholder farmers have access to the best available seeds i.e. improved seeds. The African seed market has great potential for growth given that improved seed is currently available for less than 10% of total arable acreage in sub-Saharan Africa,” said Lord Paul Boateng, Board Chair, The AECF.

Crop yields for the smallholder farmers who dominate African agriculture are the lowest in the world, due in part to limited access to quality inputs and improved seed varieties suitable for the different climatic conditions, soils and production systems across the continent. Improved seeds underpin agricultural transformation and improvements in productivity needed to feed the continent.

“Agriculture is the backbone of Ghana’s economy and about 80% of total agricultural production is attributed to smallholder farmers. We need to look after the smallholder farmers who have put food on our tables for years,” Dr. John Manful, Advisor to Ghana’s Minister of Food and Agriculture.

Current agricultural practices are undermining many African governments goals for food security and productivity of low-cost nutritious food in both rural and urban markets. The Seeds for Impact programme is currently running a competition with initial funding from Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa and Syngenta Foundation for Sustainable Agriculture to start addressing this problem.

“The competition seeks to transfer in-demand, high-yielding and climate-smart seed, planting material technologies and agricultural innovation to smallholder farmers. This we believe will substantially increase the incomes of thousands of smallholder farmers in Africa and West Africa in particular,” said Daniel Ohonde, CEO, The AECF.

The Seeds for Impact competition was launched on 30th October 2018 and closes on 11th December 2018, targeting seed companies in twelve countries namely Nigeria, Ghana, Mali, Senegal, Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Tanzania, Malawi and Mozambique. Successful companies will be provided with financial and technical assistance ranging between US $250,000 and US $1.5 million. For more information on how to apply for the funding visit .

About AECF
The AECF is a development institution which supports businesses to innovate, create jobs, leverage investments and markets in an effort to create resilience and sustainable incomes in rural and marginalized communities in Africa. Launched in 2008, the AECF has mobilized over US $356 million to date, leveraging more than US $658 million in matching capital and improving the lives of more than 16 million people in 2017 alone through jobs and increased household incomes. AECF has so far supported 268 companies in 26 countries in sub-Saharan Africa across 40 value chains in our focal sectors of agribusiness and renewable energy.

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Matthew Bogard, MD completes Grain Bin Rescue Training

Matthew Bogard MD Family Medicine

Matthew Bogard MD Family Medicine

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Doctor Matt Bogard MD Emergency Medicine

Doctor Matt Bogard MD Emergency Medicine

Experienced emergency medicine doctor one of very few physicians to complete this important scenario-based lifesaving class

Office of Matthew Bogard, MD (N/A:N/A)

This is an important class for any emergency medicine doctor practicing in rural areas, it was a great review of the mechanics of what happens combined with the hands-on scenario”

— Dr. Matthew Bogard, Emergency Physician

CHARITON, IOWA, UNITED STATES, December 3, 2018 / — Doctor Matthew Bogard, Board Certified in Family Medicine and Board Eligible in Emergency Medicine, recently completed an in-depth hands-on course to learn the intricacies of rescuing victims of grain bin entrapment. This often happens when a farmer enters the grain bin while the unload auger is running – typically to address a plugged auger – and becomes stuck in the moving grain.

The class taught the importance of safety tie-off anchor points, how to safely walk on stored grain, and appropriate ways to rescue entrapped victims. If the person is visible inside the top of the grain bin, a cofferdam is built around the victim after first securing them with rope to prevent further movement. Grain is then removed from within the cylinder surrounding the victim until they are able to walk out. When a victim becomes completely submerged, large V-shaped cuts are created symmetrically around the bin and grain is removed as fast as safely possible to reach the victim.

“This is an important class for any emergency medicine doctor practicing in rural areas,” says Dr. Bogard. “It was a great review of the mechanics of what happens combined with the hands-on scenario where I strapped into a harness and helped rescue a fellow classmate from a specially-constructed grain bin simulator.”

About Dr. Matthew Bogard

A native of Omaha, Nebraska, Dr. Matt Bogard practices emergency medicine at multiple hospitals including Lucas County Health Center in Chariton, Iowa. Presently, he is Board Certified in Family Medicine by the National Board of Physicians and Surgeons and the American Academy of Family Physicians. Dr. Bogard is Board-Eligible in Emergency Medicine and is on pace track to be dual-boarded in the near future.

His training as a medical professional began at Creighton University, from which he graduated cum laude as a Bachelor of Science in Health Administration and Policy with an additional focus in Biology. Following this, Dr. Matthew Bogard received his Doctor of Medicine from the University of Nebraska College of Medicine and gained further experience as a resident physician and later chief resident physician in the Department of Family Medicine at the prestigious University of Nebraska Medical Center.

In addition to treating patients at the Lucas County Health Center, Dr. Matthew Bogard serves rural Iowans and Nebraskans at hospitals which include Knoxville Area Community Hospital, CHI Missouri Valley, Burgess Memorial Hospital, OrthoNebraska Hospital, and IHS Winnebago Hospital.

In his free time, Dr. Bogard enjoys piloting his Piper Comanche. He also keeps active via running and bicycling.


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Temptee Specialty Foods Located In Denver, Colorado Goes National With The Protein Brokers, LLC Sales and Marketing Plan

Chianina Beef Burgers

Chianina Beef Steaks

Protein Brokers, LLC , Pre-cooked Eggs Brand , Temptee Specialty Foods

Temptee Specialty Foods has been granted the contract to grind and pack the sought after Chianina Beef Burgers

Temptee Specialty Foods is able to produce high quality raw and fully cooked ready to eat sausage, hot links, all natural shredded beef, pork, chicken, and chorizo in their USDA/FDA Inspected Facility”

— Wade Lowe – Managing Director at Temptee Specialty Foods

DENVER, COLORADO, UNITED STATES, December 3, 2018 / — Protein Brokers, LLC the Master Broker for Temptee Specialty Foods has put together a sales and marketing plan for Nationwide Distribution of Temptee Products which include the Old Timer Brand and Temptee Brand Products. Temptee is able to produce products in multi truck load quantities and 2,000 LB batches for small up and coming restaurant chains and small manufacturing companies under their own secret and propriety recipe.

Protein Brokers, LLC and Temptee Specialty Foods offer consulting and new product development programs for large, medium, and small startup companies wanting to expand. Temptee has extensive experience over the years helping start up companies go National by providing proteins to many companies including Chipotle Mexican Food Restaurants, Noodles and Company and Q'doba. They all had their unique individual recipes which Temptee proudly accommodated. Phils Fresh Foods, launched their Evol Burritos line, with the emphasis on natural and organic foods and Temptee was a part of their success. Temptee is proud to be one of the company's chosen to help grow all of these terrific brands.

Temptee Specialty Foods are proven experts in producing All Natural, Fully Cooked Ready to Eat Shredded Beef, Shredded Pork and Shredded Chicken and continue to expand their market share. They have a complete line of Fully Cooked Sausages that include Denver Style Hot Links, Polish and Hot Polish, Hot Links, Chorizo Raw and Fully Cooked, Cheddar Brats, Honey Bourbon Smoked Sausage, and Pre-cooked Ready to Eat Fresh Scrambled Eggs with an extended shelf life. The product line includes Hot-Italian Hoagies, thin sliced beef, sliced and whole skirt fajita, chicken loaf, herb chicken, smoked chicken and Que Bueno chicken. Temptee produces many private label sausages and pre-cooked eggs for National Restaurants Chains, Food-Service Distributors. Retail Gocery Chains and Wholesale Manufacturers under USDA and FDA Inspection in their Denver facility.

The 5 C Cattle Group out of Texas recently granted Temptee Specialty Foods the contract to grind and pack the world sought after Chianina Beef Burgers. Chianina Steaks sell for as much as $187.00 for a 35 Oz Porterhouse Steak and are in high demand in the USA. Chiania Cattle are from the Florence and Tuscany Region of Italy and have been introduced to the USA so we all can enjoy the delicious firm rich texture of one of the oldest breeds of cattle in the world.

Barney Seward
Protein Brokers, LLC
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Government of Ontario climate plan signals expanded use of low carbon biofuels

Advanced Biofuels Canada applauds the Government of Ontario for stronger renewable fuel requirements and new incentives to expand use of low carbon biofuels.

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA, December 3, 2018 / — On November 29th, the Government of Ontario released its Made-in-Ontario Environment Plan with specific climate action initiatives that will require increased use of renewable and low carbon fuels.

Key elements of the climate plan:

1. Renewable content (e.g. ethanol) in gasoline will increase to 15% as early as 2025 under the Greener Gasoline regulation
2. Increased use of renewable natural gas and other lower carbon fuels will be encouraged
3. Large emitters will be subject to emission performance standards
4. A Carbon Trust Fund ($350M) and Ontario Reverse Auction Fund ($50M) will provide financial assistance for emissions reduction initiatives

The plan builds on the amended Ethanol in Gasoline and Greener Diesel regulations that come into effect January 1, 2020.

“With this plan, Ontario continues to address it largest single greenhouse gas emissions source: transportation. Today’s vehicles are using lower carbon, made-in-Ontario biofuels that can reduce these emissions further to meet Ontario’s 2030 targets,” said Ian Thomson, President of Advanced Biofuels Canada. “Building on federal action on liquid fuels, the province is signaling new demand for low carbon advanced biofuels. Sustainable agricultural and forestry crops and residues can provide these biofuels, as can urban and industrial waste streams.”

Advanced biofuels can reduce GHG reductions by up to 115% below fossil fuels.

Thomson concluded, “We applaud the new initiatives to expand use of advanced biofuels in Ontario and look forward to working closely with the Province to implement the Made-in-Ontario Environment Plan measures. Incenting private sector innovation, with a welcome mat to low carbon fuel producers, will be critical to meeting the our climate goals.”

Advanced Biofuels Canada/ Biocarburants avancés Canada is the national voice for producers, distributors, and technology developers of advanced biofuels. ABFC promotes the production and use of low carbon advanced biofuels in Canada, which our members supply across North America and globally. These companies have invested in processing and supply chain operations in Ontario and are actively bringing to market the next generation of low carbon biofuels. Since 2005, ABFC has provided provincial and federal leadership on sound biofuels policies to expand clean energy options, achieve measurable climate action results, and stimulate new investments and clean growth. For information on Advanced Biofuels Canada and our members, visit:

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Mind Commerce sees Asset Tracking Market driven by Increasingly Connected Business Assets

Asset Tracking Market

Asset Tracking Market

Connected Devices Market

Mobile Edge Computing Market

As Enterprise Assets become Increasingly Connected, Asset Tracking enabled Use Cases Grow in Value and Diversity

As Enterprise Assets become Increasingly Connected, so do Opportunities to Track”

— Mind Commerce

SEATTLE, WASHINGTON, UNITED STATES, December 1, 2018 / — There is a growing awareness among CXOs and executives regarding the merits of asset tracking, and correspondingly, a marked reduction in friction towards connecting business assets. This is particularly the case for high-value and/or strategic enterprise and industrial assets.

This is driving a global asset tracking market that is anticipated to reach $27.1B by 2023, growing at 14.8% CAGR. Supported by adoption by certain large enterprise users, the North America region will hold the largest regional share within the global asset tracking market at 37.1%.

Mind Commerce sees robust growth for early entrants and fast followers. However, mainstream adoption is restrained largely by implementation decisions involving form factor, asset priorities, and life-cycle support. While costs to implement and operate continue to plummet (due to lower module and electronics, connectivity, and communications services), concerns remain in the areas of physical and logical security.

There is also a hindrance towards in-house implementation. Accordingly, most enterprise and industrial clients look towards a turn-key approach and/or involvement of a systems integrator for initial set-up and commercial M2M/IoT service providers for ongoing support.

Tracking enterprise and industrial assets depends upon connected devices, which represents an IoT sub-market that is rapidly evolving as the number, type, and purpose of devices is set to expand dramatically as asset tracking expands beyond the current state of limited applications, many of which remain silo in nature.

Over the course of the next five years, the global connected device market will support many IoT applications that will become increasingly interconnected. Some of these applications will be enhanced through communication with a so-called “Smart Device”, characterized as possessing intelligence, which can be embedded/stand-alone and/or provided remotely via cloud services.

Legacy carriers will have an advantage over non-cellular IoT operators as 5G is launched. One reason is because of substantially increased IoT network scalability facilitated by 5G and required by an ever-growing number of connected devices.

Equally important, 5G networks will leverage distributed cloud infrastructure via Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC) equipment, which will support distributed intelligence for real-time decision making. This means that a given IoT device need not be smart, and in fact, many are relatively unintelligent devices that are typically single-purpose and rely upon intelligence to be provided elsewhere for data processing, analytics, analysis, and dispersal of actionable information.

The Asset Tracking Market report by Technology (M2M/IoT, Edge Computing, Smart Devices), Connection Type (3G, 4G, 5G, WiFi, and WiMAX), Mobility (Fixed, Portable, and Mobile), Location Determination (GPS, RFID, Others), and Industry Verticals 2018 – 2023, evaluates the asset tracking market including technologies, solutions, and ecosystem. The report assesses the impacts of various use case considerations such as technology and solution selection. It analyzes the asset tracking market outlook globally, regionally, and by major country with forecasts by technology, connection, mobility, location requirements, and industry.

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Deep Farms to Revolutionise World’s Food Production

Example of a Deep Farm City

Automated Deep Farm concept

View from above of a Deep Farm

Academics at the University of Nottingham, UK, have patented a new concept that would see food production in deep farms in cities.

It is estimated that a small Deep Farm can produce 80 tonnes of food per annum.”

— Prof Saffa Riffat

NOTTINGHAM, ENGLAND, UK, November 29, 2018 / — Academics at the University of Nottingham have patented a new concept that would see food production in deep farms in cities. The revolutionary ideas are being promoted by University of Nottingham academics Professor Saffa Riffat, Fellow of the European Academy of Sciences and President of the World Society of Sustainable Technologies, and Professor Yijun Yuan, Marie Curie Research Fellow.

Most of the food we eat is transported by train, sea and air contributing to large CO2 emissions. For each one calorie of food we eat 10 calories of crude oil are used. Projections show that feeding a world population of about 9 billion people in 2050 would require overall food production to be increased by some 70 percent between now and 2050.
Land area for traditional farming is limited and increased food supply will require more intensive methods of crop production. Deep farming technology would allow crop production all year-round. Up to 10 crop cycles per year could be achieved compared to 1-2 cycles for conventional agriculture. Put another way, 1 indoor acre is equivalent to 4-6 outdoor acres or more, depending on the crop.

Deep Farms would eliminate the use of mechanical ploughs and other farming machinery, thus reducing the burning of fossil fuels that cause climate change. Furthermore, as Deep Farms could be located close to urban centres, CO2 emission due to transportation of crops would be reduced. This is particularly important as the proportion of people living in cities continues to rise. Over the last 20 years, the percentage of people who live in cities globally has increased from 20% to nearly 50%.

Cost-effective deep shafts for crop planting would be constructed using new drilling techniques. Existing coal mine shafts, mines and tunnels, many of which are now abandoned could also be used for crop production.
A variety of crops could be grown in the Deep Farms using hydroponic planters (plant roots fed with nutrient-rich water) or aeroponics (growing plants in an air or mist environment). LED units would enable photosynthesis in the absence of sunlight. Groundwater could be used directly or water could be condensed from ambient air in hot/humid desert climates. A major benefit of this approach is that crop production is largely unaffected by climatic or seasonal factors – one of the greatest limitations of conventional farming methods.

Many crops are now being grown in greenhouses and while this provides a controllable growth environment, greenhouses are heavy energy consumers. Vertical farms are a relatively recent adaptation of the traditional greenhouse and are suitable for use in cities, as their tall glass structures provide high crop yields on a small land area.

However, vertical farming systems are expensive to manufacture and install, and require a large amount of water and energy for heating and cooling. They are also vulnerable to extreme weather conditions, wars and terrorism.
New vertical shafts could be created for Deep Farms and also redundant coal mine shafts could be used for crop production. In the UK, for example, there are over 150,000 redundant coal mine shafts.

Carbon dioxide is required for plant photosynthesis and Deep Farms are well suited for carbon capture from ambient air. The CO2 could be released to achieve the concentration levels required by plants.
Use of carbon capture systems has the added benefit of reducing CO2 concentration in the environment, as additional carbon is adsorbed in materials in the ground space. Advanced control systems including sensors and remote controls could be used to monitor crop production. Automated systems such as robots could be used for crop planting and harvesting. Electricity generated from renewable sources and off-peak power could be used to power the LED lighting for plant photosynthesis.

Deep Farms are not strongly affected by the seasons or climates, and are resistant to natural disasters, extreme weather, pests and diseases, man-made accidents and industrial pollution. In fact, the ground environment is naturally suited to the growth of plants.
Plants can thrive in a closed environment with less oxygen and enriched levels of CO2 and water. So in terms of the rationality of the biological chain and the biological space, some crops are best located underground, leaving the ground surface for human and animal activities.

Deep Farms have many benefits including:
• Easily constructed using drilling machines and controlled explosion methods
• Effective use of abandoned mine shafts
• Carbon capture to reduce ambient CO2
• Reduced dependency on cultivated land, climate and surface water resources
• More efficient utilization of natural resources in crop production
• Improved security of crop production and reduced impact of natural and man-made factors
• Higher yields and greater cost efficiency
• Improved control over quality and food safety
• Removal of seasonal restrictions allowing production of crops all year round
• Can be used in areas with poor natural weather conditions, e.g., cold climates, and areas with low solar insolation
• Crops can be produced in desert areas, dry and water-deficient areas
• Impact of human conflict on crop production is reduced
• Crops can be grown close to highly populated areas

It is estimated that a small Deep Farm can produce 80 tonnes of food per annum. Some of the crops can be ready for harvesting within 2-3 weeks. The amount of energy it would require is equivalent to that consumed by 3 UK homes.
Crops suited to deep farming methods include:
• Lettuces and leafy greens, such as kale and spinach
• Herbs, e.g., basil, cutting celery, chives, mint and parsley
• Roots e.g., carrots and onions
• Vegetables e.g., peppers, eggplants and cucumbers
• Fruits e.g., strawberries and different types of mushrooms

Deep Farms could be installed at various locations to create a ‘Deep Farming City’. This would facilitate the supply of a wide range of fresh crops to the local population.

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Robotic Lawn Mower Market – Global Outlook, Industry Analysis, Top Trends, Drivers and Growth Forecast 2023 | Arizton

Robotic Lawn Mower Market Analysis and Overview

Robotic Lawn Mower Market Analysis and Overview

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The global robotic lawn mower market is estimated to reach values of around $3 billion in 2023, growing at a CAGR of more than 15% during 2017-2023.

Amazon, RobotShop, and eBay are the leading online retail website for lawn mowers in the global market.”

— Abby, Sr Consultant

CHICAGO, IL, UNITED STATES, November 29, 2018 / — A recent study by Arizton considers the present scenario of the global robotic lawn mower market and its market dynamics for the period 2018−2023. It covers a detailed overview of various market growth enablers, restraints, and trends. The study covers both the demand and supply sides of the market. The study also profiles and analyzes the leading five companies and various other prominent companies operating in the market.

The increasing focus on development in Western European countries such as Germany and France and Nordic countries such as Sweden will augment the growth of the market. The increasing focus on use grounds maintenance services extensively and rising number of lifestyle communities and public parks will drive the demand for these lawn mowers in the global market. The global robotic lawn mower market is driven by high adoption of these devices by end-users in Europe, North America, and APAC regions. The advancement in robotics technology and the growing popularity of domestic robots will have a positive impact on the development of the global market. The market research report provides in-depth market analysis and segmental analysis of the global robotic lawn mower market lawn size, end-users, distribution channel, and geography.

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Robotic Lawn Mower Market – Dynamics

The increasing safety standards established by various government organizations across the world will augment the growth of the global robotic lawn mower market. The leading vendors are launching devices that are redesigned and equipped with sensors that stop mowing when they are lifted, preventing chances of any form of injury or risks for the end-users. The introduction of robotic lawn mowers that consume 90% less energy than traditional lawn mowers will promote sustainable development in the global market. The integration of mobile applications with devices will allow end-users to gather live data on soil moisture, light intensity, and outdoor temperature which makes it easy for end-users to plan their mowing and watering lawns. The incorporation of the Internet of Thing (IoT), robotics, automation, and intelligent systems will propel the growth of global robotic lawn mower market.The increasing adoption of green spaces and roofs that result in various health and environmental benefits that offer access to greenery will fuel the demand in the global robotic lawn mower market. Green spaces are designed to improve air and water quality, reduce heat built-up in the environment, mitigate the heat island effect, and decrease the soil runoff.

Robotic Lawn Mower Market – Segmentation

This market research report includes a detailed segmentation of the market by lawn size, end-users, distribution channel, and geography.The robotic lawn mower market by lawn size is segmented into small-size (less than 32,300 sq. ft./3,000 sq. m.), medium-size (32,301 sq. ft.−107,370 sq. ft./3,001 sq. m.−10,000 sq. m.), and large-size (over 107,370 sq. ft./10,000 sq. m). Small-size lawn mower dominated the majority market share in 2017, growing at a CAGR of approximately 15% during forecast period.The leading firms engaged in this category buy lawn mowers with high capacity to mow medium to large areas resulting in the increase in the commercial application of these devices in the global robotic lawn mowers market during the forecast period.

The end-user type in the global robotic lawn mower market is categorized into residential user and commercial user (professional landscaping services and sports fields, golf courses, and others). The residential end-users segment occupied the largest market share in 2017, growing at a CAGR of around 15% during the forecast period. The increasing prominence of these devices in North America and Europe will fuel the growth of this segment in the global market.Various commercial spaces in the global market are replacing paved areas with grass, planting trees to provide shade, and using shrubbery to create windbreaks, thereby, fueling the growth of lawn mowers in the global robotic lawn mowers market. The growing demand for professional landscaping services and maintenance need for soccer fields, and golf courses will have a positive impact on the overall global robotic lawn mowers market.

The robotic lawn mower market by distribution channel is divided into retail (specialty stores and mass market players) and online. The retail channels dominate the majority market share in 2017, growing at a CAGR of more than 13% during the forecast period. The proliferation of retail distribution channels such as specialty stores, supermarkets, and hypermarkets will boost the revenues in the global market.

Market Segmentation by Lawn Size
• Small-Size
• Medium-Size
• Large-Size

Market Segmentation by End-Users Type
• Residential User
• Commercial User
o Professional Landscaping Services
o Sport Fields, Golf Courses, and Others

Market Segmentation by Distribution Channel
• Retail
o Specialty Stores
o Mass Market
• Online

Robotic Lawn Mower Market – Geography

The geography segment in the global robotic lawn mower market is classified into APAC, Europe, North America, and ROW. Europe led the market share in 2017, growing at a CAGR of more than 13% during the forecast period. The introduction of new variants of robotic lawn mower is augmenting the growth of the European market.The growth and the robust development of manufacturing industries, including automotive, construction, chemicals, defense, and aerospace will create a demand for advanced technology in the APAC region. The bolstering demand for gardens and recreational parks is creating a need for maintenance and lawn services, thereby, driving the demand for lawn mowers in the APAC robotic lawn mowers market.

Market Segmentation by Geography
• Europe
o Germany
o Sweden
o Austria
o Belgium
o France
o Italy
o The Netherlands
o Spain
o Switzerland
o UK
o Rest of Europe
o Australia
o China
o Japan
o South Korea
• North America
o US
o Canada

Key Vendor Analysis

The global robotic lawn mower market is moderately concentrated with the presence of few small and large consumers. The competition in the market is very intense, and the major global vendors are based and headquartered in the European region. The top companies are launching product lines of garden products in both the corded and cordless battery-operated equipment to sustain the competition in the market. The players are focusing on reducing weight, increasing the effectiveness, and speed of the equipment to attract more consumers in the global market. The introduction of many innovative and cutting-edge lawn mowers to gain a larger robotic lawn mower market share. The leading vendors in the global market will compete in the terms of services, product availability, price, technology, quality, efficiency, and product effectiveness during the forecast period.

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The major vendors in the global market are:
• Husqvarna
• MTD Products
• Robert Bosch
• STIGA (Global Garden Products)
• Zucchetti Centro Sistemi (ZCS)

Other prominent vendors include AL-KO, Deere & Co., E.ZICOM, Hangzhou Favor Robot Technology, Hitachi, Honda, Linea Tielle, LG, Milagrow HumanTech, Mamibot EU, Positec Tool, Robin Technologies, STIHL, SUMEC (Yard Force), The Kobi Company, Turflynx, Yamabiko Europe(Belrobotics), and Zhejiang Tianchen Intelligence & Technology.

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GLOBAL PT Provider is the India's first NABL accredited PT Provider as per ISO 17043:2010 in the field of Metal testing.

NEW DELHI, DELHI, INDIA, November 29, 2018 / — CSIR National Physical Laboratory (NPL) and M/s Global PT Provider (P) Ltd., New Delhi has entered into an agreement for production of Bhartiya Nirdeshak Dravyas (BND) on November 27th, 2018.

CSIR-NPL, the National Metrology institute of country, and a member of International Bureau of Weights and Measures (BIPM), is serving the Indian Industries, academia and strategic sector’s to excel in their endeavors by providing them APEX level calibration facilities. NPL provide metrological traceability to reference material producers in the country, so that their certified reference materials can be sold under the brand name of BND which can even be exported.

Global PT is the NABL accredited PT Provider and also producers of reference materials including hardness blocks (Vickers, Rockwell and Brinell). Under this agreement CSIR-NPL will provide traceability to global PT for their reference materials. The availability of SI traceable BND will bring a boost to "Make in India" program and harmonies quality infrastructure of country.

GLOBAL PT Provider is the India's first NABL accredited PT Provider as per ISO 17043:2010 in the field of Metal testing. GLOBAL PT Provider with its beginning in 2012 have conducted proficiency testing programmes benefitting Commercial Laboratories, Research Laboratories, Manufacturers, Government Agencies etc in conforming to their performance by conducting Inter Laboratory Comparison.

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Fun and Healthy Reward 'Food Good for You' Launches in L.A.

Make a Difference and Enjoy Shopping at L.A.'s Best Health Food Stores

Make a Difference and Enjoy Shopping at L.A.’s Best Health Food Stores

Join Recruiting for Good to Help Fund Summer Camp and Enjoy the Best Rewards

Join Recruiting for Good to Help Fund Summer Camp and Enjoy the Best Rewards

The best health food market reward is for residents in Southern California who participate in Recruiting for Good to help fund summer camp scholarships.

Happiness is rewarding people healthy food at L.A.'s best stores Erewhon, Sprouts & Whole Foods”

— Carlos Cymerman, Fun Advocate+Founder, Recruiting for Good

SANTA MONICA, CA, UNITED STATES, November 27, 2018 / — Santa Monica based boutique staffing agency, Recruiting for Good launched L.A.'s Funnest Cause 'help fund summer camp.' and exclusive reward 'Food Good for You' to make a difference fun for the community.

L.A. residents make referrals (candidates, and open positions at companies) enabling recruiting for good to generate proceeds that help fund summer camp scholarships, and 'Good Food Rewards.'

According to Recruiting for Good, Founder Carlos Cymerman, “We're using recruiting for good differently to reward referrals with the best experiences, products, and services; and donations to help kids attend camp. Join us to make a difference and enjoy shopping at L.A.'s Best health food markets; Erewhon, Sprouts, and Whole Foods.”

Why We Help Fund Summer Camp

1. Investing in enriching experiences prepares kids for tomorrow's jobs.
2. Save families money (average cost of summer camp in L.A. is $500 a week).
3. Moms deserve and need a fun vacation away from the kids (even for a couple of hours each day).

Carlos Cymerman adds, "Happiness is rewarding people who make a difference…healthy food…"


Recruiting for Good is a boutique and socially progressive staffing company in Santa Monica, finding talented professionals awesome jobs, since 1998. Companies retain us to find the best talent in Accounting, Finance, Engineering, Information Technology, Marketing, and Sales professionals. We reward referrals that help us fund summer camp with World's Best Experiences, Products, and Services

Fund Summer Camp, is funded by Recruiting for Good, our fun purpose is to help prepare kids for tomorrow's jobs by investing in enriching life experiences that inspire creativity, help kids find their passion and grow from within. Our purposeful funding service is confidential and personal. We meet moms to explain how recruiting referrals work; and how funding happens. To learn more visit, the community can participate to help fund camp scholarships and earn fun love life rewards.

Since October 2017, Recruiting for Good has been funding, Santa Monica based community service, 'Our Moms Work,' providing cost free compassionate and confidential career mentoring services. 'Can't talk to your boss, significant other, or friends; we listen, and can help.' To learn more visit

Carlos Cymerman
Recruiting for Good
+1 310-720-8324
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Source: EIN Presswire