Landscape Technology For Today And The Future

August 17, 2022 12:00 pm
Brian Horn

Editor, LAWN & LANDSCAPE Magazine

Technology is quickly changing the landscape game. Contractors are using technology for everything from mowing turf to managing water.

Computer programs simplify the design and installation of landscapes. Scheduling software ensures landscaping teams are at the right place and time.

There are smart devices that mow without the aid of a worker. Jain Unity software manages smart controllers by looking at past, current, and future weather. New battery technology makes sustainable landscaping more of a reality.

This past week Lawn and Landscape Magazine held their Technology Conference in Scottsdale, Arizona. This conference included 2.5 days of education, pre-show workshops, and the opportunity to embrace technology and move the industry forward.  

This week our webinar guest is Brian Horn, Editor of Lawn and Landscape Magazine. He will walk us through all the cool technology he saw at the conference and how we can benefit from the technology.

During this webinar, you will learn:

  1. The most popular technology being used by contractors today
  2. What technology is simple to use and implement
  3. What the future of landscapes will look like thanks to technology
  4. What you should buy now and what you should wait to improve
Cory Broad

Territory Sales Manager - Product Manager

Cory is a Certified Crop Adviser, Certified Irrigation Designer, and Certified Ag Irrigation Specialist.  Cory is a lifelong resident of the Central Valley and specializes in helping agricultural producers achieve maximum production while minimizing water-use.

Brian Horn

Editor, LAWN & LANDSCAPE Magazine

Brian Horn has been reporting on the green industry since 2010 when he joined Lawn & Landscape magazine as an associate editor. He moved into the managing editor role in 2014 before being named editor in 2017.

He started his writing career at Sun Newspapers, a weekly publication covering the Cleveland suburbs, where he stayed for two years before moving to Sandusky, Ohio to join the Sandusky Register. From there, he wrote for Smart Business Magazine, where he interviewed top executives from Men’s Wearhouse, PODS, the Melting Pot and many other successful companies. He graduated from Bowling Green State University with a journalism degree.

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