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Nashville robot mowing company hopes to be the G.O.A.T. of lawn-care tech

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My Goat® robot lawn care service catching on in Nashville and beyond - Nashville Business Journal. Nashville’s Harpeth Hills cemetery, you can witness a robot silently gliding across the grass around the headstones.

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Green Tech: Neil Amrhein of My Goat On How Their Technology Will Make An Important Positive Impact

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Artificial intelligence and robotics are the future. I believe that software engineering will change the world as humans have to learn to manage, maintain and monitor these devices across all industries.

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Rosehill-Elmwood Cemetery going green

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Bosehill-Elmwood Cemetery & Mausoleum in Owensboro is looking to the future of cemetery maintenance, purchasing a fleet of robotic lawnmowers to care for the 77-acre property.

Robert Garner, regional manager of Kentucky funeral operations, said the robotic mowers are made by My Goat, which is a subscription mowing service for commercial properties.

“When we first saw the demonstration about a year ago of these robotic mowers, we were just really impressed,” Garner said Friday.

Perhaps even more impressive than the electric robotic mowers is that Rosehill-Elmwood Cemetery took that technology a step further — it’s in the process of completely changing its fleet of 22 robotic mowers to 100% solar power.

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GCA Newsletter 2019

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Georgia Cemetery Advisor

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SCCFA Newsletter Winter

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Southern Cemetery Cremation & Funeral Association

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Neil Amrhein of My Goat: “Artificial intelligence and robotics are the future”

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Artificial intelligence and robotics are the future. I believe that software engineering will change the world as humans have to learn to manage, maintain and monitor these devices across all industries.

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Tuscaloosa looks to robots for park lawn maintenance

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Tuscaloosa city officials are looking to contract with a Tennessee-based company to use robotic lawn mowers to maintain grass levels at city parks.

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