The Royal General Bulb Growers’ Association (KAVB) has just announced two data-oriented pilots, aimed at providing entrepreneurs with insights to improve business within the sector. The two pilots, “measure and monitor” and “track and trace” bring the benefits of digital agriculture to the association, which has about 1200 members, most of them bulb growers, bulb forcers and wholesale companies. The “measure and monitor” pilot focuses on the real-time tracking of temperature and humidity conditions in tulip storage on a shared KAVB dashboard– powered by 30MHz. Pilot participants can collaborate and share insights by viewing each others’ measurements and graphs, commenting on one another’s data and exchanging photos of their crops.
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Our partner Fargro Ltd, a leading wholesaler and supplier of commercial horticultural products, and 30MHz have become a co-sponsor of networking and education organisation NextGen Fruit Group, alongside its partner 30MHz. The two companies will both become AgriTech Partners of NextGen, a pioneering group that provides networking, training and development opportunities for young people working ... Read more
This month we celebrate our 5th anniversary and so much has happened since our founding. In this interview with our CEO Jurg van Vliet, we look back at 30MHz’s achievements and forward to what we aim to do for the agricultural ecosystem and the world. How would you describe 30MHz in a single tweet? 30MHz ... Read more
30MHz shows ZENSIE benefits during Seed Meets Technology Seed Valley, an area in the Netherlands where numerous seed companies are located, is automating more and more processes. But there is still a lot to gain when it comes to digitizing the complete production line. The seed industry, which is known for applying the latest technologies, ... Read more