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News

Exchanging digital data creates new dynamics

Originally published on VAKBLAD ONDER GLAS | 15 juli 2020 Nicknamed Industry 4.0, greenhouse horticulture is undergoing a lot of innovation. Automation is taking giant steps, mainly through sensors and better communication technology. Professor of Horticulture Innovation Jan van den Ende and his students conduct research into data exchange between companies in the chain. Cultivation supervisor ...
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Webinar: how O2 and photosynthesis influence your cultivation

In this webinar, Aryan Aziezie will bring you up to speed on the Sendot sensor portfolio and the insights their optical sensor technology provides. Sendot has seen some significant results when it comes to capturing O2 and photosynthesis data. Resulting in more efficiency improved production numbers and better allocation of resources. Aziezie will also show ...
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From scale-up to full-fledged company

30MHz has grown considerably in recent years. We have become a stable and reliable player in the horticultural sector. As a small start-up, we built the first foundations of our current data platform in 2015. Such as the cloud structures needed to store large amounts of crop data and make them available for analysis. Even ...
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By its fruit you will get knowledge of the platform

Horticulture has started to digitise. More and more companies are implementing technologies that make it possible to organise time-consuming processes more efficiently. It is of course not unimportant that this technology increasingly ensures that fewer costs are incurred and that higher output is realised. After all, the average grower looks at the returns on investments ...
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Webinar – Sustainable cultivation in horticulture

The Netherlands is considered worldwide as the example of knowledge and innovation in horticultural production, raw materials and food. It is the ideal testing ground to develop new solutions and export them to locations with different climate and market conditions. Rabobank recently published a report that describes what growers can do to reduce the use ...
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Cultivation variables explained: growing degree units

In this blog, we would like to tell you something about growing degree units (GDH / GDD). The reason we added this to our dashboard is that during a lot of conversations our users often ask for this. Degree hour insights are used to pro-actively control cultivation. Growers however indicate that the calculation is time-consuming ...
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Autonomous growing is no longer a far-fetched dream

The Autonomous Greenhouse Challenge has come to an end and we made it to the finish line. Our multidisciplinary team of horticultural experts and computer scientists from Delphy and 30MHz grew healthy cherry tomatoes remotely in 6 month’s time. In this period, we were able to develop the system and models needed to control a ...
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Webinar – Communicate with your plant

Together with 2Grow we’re organising a webinar on the 17th of June. 2Grow specialises in crop level measurements such as sap flow and a diameter variation. Olivier Begerem, an expert in the field of agro- and biotechnology, shares his experience on how plants respond to all kinds of influences and why looking into data real-time, ...
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Advancing UN Sustainable Development Goals with Digital Agriculture

Digital agriculture — digital and geospatial technologies to monitor, assess and manage soil, climatic and genetic resources — illustrates how to meet sustainability challenges within the agricultural industry. It can help balance the economic, environmental and social dimensions of sustainable food and plant production. Digital agriculture therefore has the potential to advance many of the ...
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