ResGreen Group International, Inc.
Next-Gen Mobile Robots
and Software Solutions
SECURITIES TYPE: Common Stock
OFFERING TYPE: Regulation CF
MINIMUM: 1 Unit*
PRICE PER UNIT*: $500
TOTAL OFFERING: 400 Units
Tightening Labor Markets and Soaring Interest Rates
The Perfect Storm Ushering in Industry 5.0 and A.I.-Controlled Robots!
As the economic landscape shifts, these catalysts are unlocking a thrilling new era of innovation. Prepare to be awed by the unparalleled efficiency and intelligence of the next generation of mobile robotics.
The Future isn’t just Knocking;
It’s here, and it’s ELECTRIFYING!
Two of today’s hottest sectors, Robotics and Artificial Intelligence, have combined to disrupt the global workforce in ways we never imagined possible. With a tight labor market and nearly full employment, companies are looking to “cobots” to support their overworked staff, reign in rising labor costs and improve the customer experience.
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It’s defined on Wikipedia as a “Trend that has an effect on a global scale.”
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The minimum investment in
Because you’re reading this now, you stand on the threshold of something extraordinary—a chance to invest in a company pulsating with the boundless potential of Artificial Intelligence and Robots. Before the world catches on, before the clamor of a potential IPO to list on Nasdaq, here lies a rare gateway to the future. With the upside this immense there is always risk, but ResGreen is positioned for explosive growth, and the next move is yours. Will you Invest in your future with us?
Seeking $2M from equity investors to increase sales of Its smart factory solution!
Parashar (Parsh) Patel – CEO
Founded over a year ago by geniuses who have more than 100 years combined in the material handling robotics space. The company designed, built, tested, and installed its products for customers, and is ready for impact capital to help execute its business plan and growth strategy.
Led by the Chairman and CEO of the company Parashar Patel, who has more than 40 years of operational management experience. Previously Parsh served as CTO of Autoguide AGV’s (now Teradyne) where he co-developed the company’s first-generation AMRs. Before that he served as the CTO of Avanti Systems Inc. where he oversaw quality controls and sequenced delivery for tier 1 suppliers.
Parsh also headed automation and cutting-edge systems implementation at manufacturing facilities in Spain, Mexico, Canada, Taipei, and China. His career also included engineering positions at leading automation companies such as Schlumberger, Hughes, Daifuku, Fanuc Robotics and Phoenix Software Development Company.
Parsh was awarded a B.S. in Chemistry and Mathematics from Grand Valley State University.
Sr. Vice President of Engineering
Tony Mazzola is Sr. Vice President of Engineering, which includes overseeing all product development and application engineering activities. He created the company’s leading-edge interoperable BotWay software and serves as its product manager.
Mazzola has more than 30 years of experience in industrial automation. Previously, he worked as a Project Engineer for DCS Corp, where he did contract work for the Department of Defense’s autonomous vehicles program. He also spent more than 13 years as the Vice President of Product Development at ERT Systems, a software company.
Mazzola has a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering from Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan.
VP of Marketing Communications
Sarah Carlson serves as Vice President of Marketing Communications. In this role, she guides RGGI’s marketing communications efforts, including public relations, financial communications, brand strategy, advertising and digital communications. She also assists with business development and client relations.
She has more than a dozen years of experience in the Automatic Guided Vehicle (AGV) and Autonomous Mobile Robot (AMR) industry. Previously, Carlson served as the Sr. Manager of Marketing Communications at ams OSRAM, a global leader in optical solutions. Prior to that, she was the Vice President of Marketing and Business Development at AutoGuide Mobile Robots. She spent over a decade as the Director of Marketing at Daifuku, one of the largest material handling companies in the world. She is also a former chair of the AGVS industry group for MHI (Material Handling Institute).
Carlson received her Bachelor of Arts degree in communications from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.
Sr. Robotics Engineer
Christian Siefen is Sr. Robotics Engineer and is known for his innovative mindset, technician-centric approach, and cutting-edge solutions forward. He brings a decade of diverse experience in 3D printing, CAD design, circuit development, ROS robotics, LoRa accessories, IoT, and web server and suite development.
Siefen previously served as a Field Service Technician at Autoguide Mobile Robots. After his tenure at Autoguide, he consulted for various automation and technology companies.
Siefen is also a high school instructor in Mechatronics and Java Programming. He owns FrcZero.org, a website co-built by him and students of FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) Team 453. He played an instrumental role in teaching them how to create and manage the website, showcasing his commitment to sharing knowledge and fostering student growth.
Lead Sales Account Manager
Jeannie Moss serves as lead sales account manager, where she is in charge of developing new business, managing customer relationships, and monitoring sales metrics.
Moss has more than 20 years of experience in the material handling and automotive industries. Previously, she was the training developer and facilitator at Daifuku, a leading material handling company, where she managed Automatic Guided Vehicle (AGV) training of key customer accounts, including Nissan, GM, and Polaris. At Daifuku, she designed and delivered classes on how to operate, monitor and program AGV laser, inertial, tape and NFN guidance systems. She also spent nine years at Toyota Motor Sales, helping dealerships with customer satisfaction, revenue targets and inventory selection.
The executives of ResGreen are backed up by a prestigious board of directors from diverse backgrounds (manufacturing, financial responsibility, and automation)who have implemented an audit and compensation committee.
Uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) and deep learning to give customers eyes on all areas of their operation. Applications include staging area management, identifying objects, determine number of objects, damage to objects, and helps employees manage facility issues such as congestion or process inefficiencies.