On 18, 19 and 20 February we’re attending the HortiContact for the 4th year in a row.
With our completely renewed stand (J118) we stand among 500 manufacturers, importers, suppliers, wholesalers and brokers from all layers of the horticultural world. Professionals involved in vegetable, cut flower, pot plant and fruit growing.
We are happy to give you a glimpse into what it’s like to process large amounts of data. By combining wireless sensors, climate computers, manual input and all sorts of other data sources, the 30MHz data platform digitises your company and production process. We guarantee that your system and tools always work and that your data is always accessible on any type of device, such as a PC, tablet and smartphone. Allowing you to easily share information and insights and discuss these with employees, consultants and distributors. Curious as to what we can do for you? Please visit our booth. The coffee is ready.
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.
At 30MHz we think it’s important that our users can use our platform in an optimal way. At times you may have questions and you would like some help from our support team. Email and our support page filled with helpful articles were your go to’s. But we thought it was time for something extra… ... Read more
Data of your crop, its soil and the surrounding climate all together on one central and digital dashboard. This will become reality for growers. It’s the result of a new partnership between Eurofins and 30MHz. The organisations join forces to stimulate data driven horticulture. Soil and water analysis for horticultural businesses is one of Eurofins ... Read more
The more you measure, the more you know. Gathering large quantities of data is a great way to identify patterns and opportunities for optimization and greater efficiency. But as with most things, when it comes to data, it’s quality that’s most important. Rather than aiming to quantify their environment in its entirety, growers should start ... Read more