Running a driving range? You have a lot of work to do, like picking up those hundreds of balls. Normally, ranges hire a kid to drive around picking them up in a fortified cart, while golfers do their best to hit the moving target. This tradition might come to an end if the Ball Picker Robot from TrueBots takes off. It autonomously goes around picking balls up, and can haul up to 10,000 in a day, 300 of them at a time. It is able to handle ranges up to 2 to 2.8 ha in area. The company doesn’t sell the bots, but rather opts to rent them out, along with another bot, BigMow, which also autonomously mows the lawn.