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Smart sensing doesn’t have to be complicated to make cultivation more sustainable and productive

October 18, 2017

It’s been a productive summer here at 30MHz. We’ve added new sensors to our growing portfolio, expanded our customer list and grown our team. Seeing how our customers use smart sensing technology to optimize productivity and profitability in their industries is a constant learning process. As we move swiftly into the fall season, we’ll be sharing that knowledge and lessons learned at various industry events. Next up, Agritec – East REAP Conference 2017 in the UK.

We spoke to Agri-tech East about our Smart Sensing Toolkit, what makes British agriculture a perfect fit for sensing technology, and why agritech just doesn’t need to be complicated to get results. Read the blog here.

If you’re in the United Kindom, meet us at REAP Conference 2017 on November 7th.

REAP Conference 2017
Tuesday 7th November 2017
Wellcome Genome Campus Conference Centre,
Hinxton, Cambridge, CB10 1RQ
Register here

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