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UK: Join us at Sensors in Food and Agriculture

July 11, 2018

How do we make agriculture and horticulture more productive?

How do we reduce waste, increase yields and cut costs in the process?

How do we provide growers with more context about their crops and growing environments, so they can make better decisions?

How do we make sure communication and collaboration is data driven, yet exceedingly easy, across the chain?

With their insights, feedback and results, 150 customers across 5 continents have helped us build the data platform for agriculture– and continue to help us develop it further, everyday. And there’s quite a bit we’ve learned from them.

If you’re in the UK, join as at Sensors in Food and Agriculture, 18-19 July at the John Innes Centre in Norwich. 30MHz UK’s Antony Yousefian will share some of the lessons we’ve learned from growers who work with our smart sensing technology.

Read more here. 

 

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