The 30MHz platform ingests any kind of data source: crop level sensors, climate computers and manual data input. This way you can interact with ambient climate data alongside crop-level intel, or data from crop walks. And, as with all other data in the 30MHz platform, users can share, compare and collaborate with colleagues. In this webinar we show you what dashboards with combined data from parties such as Priva and Sendot, and analogue input look like and how you can make the most out of these insights.
On April 30th we organised our second webinar, hosted by Steve Archer, explaining our platform’s social and communication features. Missed it? No problem. Check out the full broadcast on our YouTube channel or watch it here:
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.
In this blog, we would like to tell you something about growing degree units (GDH / GDD). The reason we added this to our dashboard is that during a lot of conversations our users often ask for this. Degree hour insights are used to pro-actively control cultivation. Growers however indicate that the calculation is time-consuming ... Read more
The Autonomous Greenhouse Challenge has come to an end and we made it to the finish line. Our multidisciplinary team of horticultural experts and computer scientists from Delphy and 30MHz grew healthy cherry tomatoes remotely in 6 month’s time. In this period, we were able to develop the system and models needed to control a ... Read more
Originally published on VAKBLAD ONDER GLAS | 15 juli 2020 Nicknamed Industry 4.0, greenhouse horticulture is undergoing a lot of innovation. Automation is taking giant steps, mainly through sensors and better communication technology. Professor of Horticulture Innovation Jan van den Ende and his students conduct research into data exchange between companies in the chain. Cultivation supervisor ... Read more