Grass cutting is getting an IoT makeover like never before

There’s no doubt that technology has made much of our everyday lives easier, whether that’s typing out documents that used to be hand-written, mapping a route that used to involve a physical map, or just setting the thermostat to the right level using a phone app rather than actually getting up and doing it by hand.

Now, the future of one of the most-hated garden chores could be coming to an end, as grass-cutting gets a “smart” makeover courtesy of the Govtech, the technological development arm of the Singaporean government, alongside the nation’s National Parks Board.

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