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TAG: robotic mowing

New robotic mower from Kress features centimeter-level positioning accuracy

October 25, 2022By
The mowers feature collaborative technology allowing multiple mowers can work together to reduce overall mowing time in extremely large areas. (Photo: Kress)

The new robotic mower from Kress is satellite-guided with no perimeter wire installation required to provide centimeter-level accuracy when cutting. read more

LM Exclusive: Greenzie partners with Bobcat on autonomous mower

October 17, 2022By

Autonomous software company announces the close of its $8M corporate strategic round with an investment from Bobcat Company. read more

Scythe Robotics eclipses 5,000 reservations for its electric, autonomous mower

May 26, 2022By
Scythe's M.52 autonomous, fully electric mower (Photo: Scythe Robotics).

Scythe Robotics surpassed 5,000 reservations for its all-electric, fully autonomous commercial Scythe M.52 mower, according to the company. read more

5 things to know about robotic mowing

April 8, 2021By
Robotic mowers and NatureWorks van (Photo: NatureWorks)

Mowing experts share some things landscapers should keep in mind when considering adding robotic mowing services to an operation. read more

Robin Autopilot, Weed Man partner to offer robotic mowing services

January 5, 2021By

Robin Autopilot USA has entered into a partnership with TurfBot Mowing, a brand under the Weed Man USA umbrella. This partnership is designed to introduce robotic mowing to a growing portion of the North American lawn maintenance and landscaping market. Under the new partnership, TurfBot franchises will offer robotic mowing services powered by Robin Autopilot’s technology. TurfBot franchises will have... read more

Communication Coach: Take the meaningful marketing risk

August 11, 2020By

According to a recent Ad Age magazine article, people are now more interested in gardening, exercise and home entertainment because these activities give our lives purpose and meaning. The study revealed most of the hottest brands benefited from technology. Zoom and Microsoft prospered because home-based technology replaced what remained idle back at the office. Other big winners were Clorox, home... read more