A sensor is an electronic component or subsystem utilized for detecting modifications or events within its environment. A computer processor is one good example of sensor technology, also touch-sensitive elevator buttons known as tactile sensor. This innovation made a huge impact in the world of information and technology and almost every field or industry is using it for productivity and progress.
This course will talk about sensors and their fundamentals. Technology is not just for the design process, but is becoming an integrative part of Landscape Architecture Design. Sensors represent a tremendous opportunity to augment sustainable design and behavior for environmental monitoring. They can be used for a wide variety of sustainable design uses. This webinar discuses the basics of sensors, how they work, types of sensors, and how they can be used in design.
Carrie Moore is the owner of ISDM, an online continuing education company for landscape architects. Ms. Moore uses her 15+ years as a landscape architect and her experience in teaching landscape architecture as a former assistant professor to ensure that the topics covered are both accurate and well taught. Her experience has guided design projects around the globe.
Master of Natural Resource Management, Lincoln University, New Zealand and Universität für Bodenkultur, Wien, Austria
Master of Ecological Engineering, Lincoln University, New Zealand and Universität für Bodenkultur, Wien, Austria
Bachelor of Landscape Architecture, University of Rhode Island
Professional and Private Practice:
Ms. Moore was licensed as a Registered Landscape Architect in the State of Florida over a decade ago. Ms. Moore started Tri-Fusion Designs, a landscape architecture firm, in 2004. Ms. Moore designed a variety of projects included: design, project management, and construction administration on a variety of project types including: urban design, transportation, parks, commercial, master planning, large scale residential, and institutional projects. Designs included: landscape, irrigation, lighting, hardscape, gate, entry, amenity (pool, fountain, sport fields) and signage aspects. Ms. Moore led Tri-Fusion Designs until 2012 when she went into the West Virginia University to be an Assistant Professor in Landscape Architecture.
LEED AP Professional
Council of Landscape Architectural Registration Boards Certified (CLARB)
Registered Landscape Architect, State of Florida
Registered Landscape Architect, State of Texas
Registered Landscape Architect, State of Massachusetts