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Gartner names 30MHz Cool Vendor

30MHz has been named a Cool Vendor in the Gartner’s Cool Vendors in IoT Platforms for Agriculture In the past year, we’ve more than doubled our customer count. We’ve committed to agriculture, and learned a great deal about it in the meantime. The shift to agriculture didn’t really feel like a huge step for us— ...
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How Nursery Gubbels reduced losses

Paprikakwekerij Gubbels Siberië is a sweet pepper nursery in Baarlo and Maasbree, in Limburg, a southern province of the Netherlands. Run by Wim Gubbels and his son Erik, the 30 hectare nursery produces an average of 30 kilograms of peppers per square meter in a growing season. Like many pepper growers, Gubbels struggled with unnecessary ...
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Your greenhouse in the palm of your hand

There’s nothing 9 to 5 about agriculture. The sun keeps rising and setting, temperatures fluctuate, humidity varies, pests and diseases develop. Crops don’t stop needing care on weekends, holidays or after hours. Capturing metrics from remotely placed sensors (anywhere in the world), the ZENSIE platform’s there to keep tabs on your crops in real-time, and ...
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Agri work isn’t insular, so why should your agri-data platform be?

We’ve just updated the ZENSIE dashboard. The new groups feature makes it easy to share data from various sources (sensors, climate control, traceability) in its various forms (heatmaps, graphs, visualizations, single values) with individuals within and outside your organisation. Group members can follow sensors, and with live commenting, provide feedback on crop performance based on ...
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ZENSIE updates: agriculture is collaborative, and we’re listening

We make this point often: we’re a tech company serving agriculture* *(horitculture, floriculture, vertical farming, arable farming, processing, cold storage, transport, retail) Our product strategy is in many ways radically simple: make what customers tell us they want and need. This process never stops. If you’ve been with us for a bit, you may recall ...
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This grower discovered irrigation issues with just 3 sensors

It may go against “sales logic,” but we usually advise customers to start with small deployments. It’s not because we can’t handle large ones (one gateway can support around 4 thousand sensors– and if more are needed, it just takes another gateway) but because working with crop-level insights is a process. It becomes a part ...
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Want to know the power of a sensor? Look to the cloud.

Agritechnology doesn’t have to be difficult or complicated. We’ve built a business around this belief, and it’s not just for the sake of improving or ‘disrupting’ existing technology. Growers need technology to be simple and streamlined, because they’ve got more than enough on their plates, working to make sure we’ve got enough on ours. Still, ...
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Horti Asia 2018: 30MHz in Thailand

It’s that time of year again: August 22nd through 24th, 30MHz will be in Bangkok for Horti Asia 2018, the international trade show for horticultural and floricultural production and processing technology. We’ll be showcasing ZENSIE, the platform for agridata, as well as some of the agri-oriented sensors from our portfolio. Besides demoing our tech, we’ll ...
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Produce temperature protection with crop-level data

In the world of produce, temperature is critical. Awareness of temperature changes can be the difference between a quality product, and a heat-damaged one. The implications run deep: health and safety, profits and supplier reputation are all on the line– and supermarket demand for quality produce is only increasing. With the right data, agribusinesses can ...
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Who are you giving your future (agri)data to?

Working in agri-technology, I come across this statistic quite often: “IoT device installations in the agriculture world will increase to 75 million in 2020″ I’m happy to leave discussing the details of the precise projections to analysts, but the point remains: agriculture is digitizing. It’s digitizing at varying rates in various sectors and regions, but we can ...
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