No one ever said that agriculture was a slow-paced industry. (And if they did, they were mistaken)
ZENSIE is growing and evolving to keep up with growers’ needs. New customers are joining the platform daily, and we’re releasing new features and updates on a weekly basis. Thanks to the consistent input from our community, the ZENSIE platform has become much more than just a home for sensory data and analytics. It’s become a living, breathing resource bringing together a variety of live and historical data sources, empowering users to share insights and interact around them in real-time, wherever they are. They’re augmenting data, exchanging knowledge and preserving wisdom, ensuring that learnings from every previous harvests help optimise the following, and that current conditions help nip threats to crop health in the bud.
With mentions, the conversation can be even more direct, directly alerting specific colleagues when you’ve got something to share.
Simply type @ to tag a colleague, and a list of names will appear. Select the people you want to mention directly, and they’ll be alerted to your comment. That’s all there is to it.
How can we help you digitise your cultivation process?
Analyse all kinds of information from different data sources such as climate computers, sensors and manual input in a central platform. Improve the production process of your crops, plants, seeds or bulbs together with advisors, distributors and researchers. We are happy to talk to you about which service model is most suitable for your company.
Brabant Plant connected their climate computer to the 30MHz platform early 2020. This led to valuable benefits. Cultivation researcher Marvin Verkuijlen tells us about his experiences with the integration. “Now it’s easier to compare different compartments.” Brabant Plant is a Dutch family business that focuses on breeding young vegetable plants and pot plants. Apart from ... Read more
Drenthe Growers has been using Delphy’s Climate Profiler and QMS since december 2019. They use these instruments to grow cucumbers based on facts. Green fingers are essential, but the grower is in need of extra certainty. This is a summarised translation of an article that appeared in Magazine DE Delphy. Peter Bergsma is the right ... Read more
This year has learned that it is a huge benefit to be able to share your data. Asking your consultants or colleagues questions and sharing insights from a distance during a global pandemic is easy to do on the 30MHz platform. We saw a huge rise in questions and comments about crops and data during ... Read more