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Practical IoT: optimizing the production line with sensor data

Netherlands-based Pop Vriend Seeds is one of the leading breeders of spinach, bean and sweet corn varieties for the global fresh food market and the processed food industry. Seeds from Pop Vriend find their way to buyers in over 120 countries. Challenge Ensuring optimal output and efficient conveyor belt usage at the Pop Vriend seed ...
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Practical IoT: monitoring biotech lab conditions with sensors

Founded in the Netherlands, Iribov is an independent service laboratory focused on tissue culture services and analyses of plants with flow cytometry and molecular techniques. The laboratory uses tissue culture to produce half material for breeders, develops protocols for multiplication and produces certified starting material for large-scale production. With locations in the Netherlands, Ghana and Macedonia the lab ...
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Practical IoT: how Syngenta grows optimal orchids with sensor data

A global leader in biotechnology, Syngenta is the world’s largest crop chemical producer and an industry pioneer in crop production and seed development. Challenge Industrial flower production is a precise science. Few flowers demand as accurate control of environmental conditions as orchids. Even slight anomalies can cause damage to the product: overwatering and underwatering can ...
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Practical IoT: streamlining flower bulb production with sensor data

Leaders in the cultivation and export of tulip bulbs, Jan de Wit en Zonen have maintained a reputation for quality and expertise, supplying one of the most recognizable Dutch exports to clients in more than twenty countries across Europe, Asia and North America. Challenge Guaranteeing quality flower bulbs for export requires precise and consistent conditions ...
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Practical IoT: using sensor data to optimize greenhouse environments

One of the Netherlands’ foremost sources of applied research on agriculture and horticulture, Proeftuin Zwaagdijk provides a controlled environment to test the best methods and tools for crop cultivation and protection. Challenge Maintaining the optimum conditions to provide relevant and immediate environmental data to a network of over 100 agricultural research centers specialized in crop protection. ...
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Houd je opslag in de gaten met sensoren.

 Met ongeveer 1500 leden en meer dan 90 jaar ervaring, is de Nederlandse CNB niet alleen leidende bloembollen autoriteit in Nederland, maar ook de grootste mediator in bollen, knollen en vaste planten. Uitdagingen Het behouden van optimale condities voor de lange termijn opslag van bloembollen op afstand. Monitor op lange termijn plekken met extreme temperaturen ...
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Precision viticulture: better wine starts with data

If there’s one thing we’ve learned working with customers across the agricultural sector, it’s that farming is a precise science demanding nimble responses to continuously changing environmental factors. And because 30MHz is lucky enough to have an award-winning sommelier as a colleague, we know just how high the stakes are in wine growing— where the ...
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Smart Agriculture: Growing Better Peppers with Data

The Pointed Temperature Sensor helped Kwekerij Moors  leverage data to reduce product loss and grow better peppers. Kwekerij Moors co-owner Sander Berkers explains how temperature data helped his business and how 30MHz worked closely with them to develop a flexible infrared heat sensor that could measure the temperature of a fruit or vegetable from a very ...
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When it comes to IoT, there’s nothing wrong with human intervention

Many people will likely put 30MHz under the umbrella term of Internet of Things. Granted, we’re a wireless sensor company working with connected devices. I’ve always felt like a bit of an outsider in that category. As an engineer, when the industry predicts billions of devices online by 2020, I focus on the network limitations ...
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The ROI of Wireless Sensors

These days, you can’t go five minutes without hearing about the “massive and fundamental” ways in which the Internet of Things (IoT) is changing our world, with connected devices impacting the way we live, the way we work— even the way we dress. Networks of devices talking to each other, processing data from the physical ...
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