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Autonomous Crop Management

The possibilities of data, sensor technology and artificial intelligence ensure that autonomous crop management is closer than ever before. This is evident from the results of the Autonomous Greenhouse Challenge. This challenge offers opportunities for greenhouse horticulture. For the further development of autonomous growing we are looking for parties that want to contribute to this success. Do you want to join us?


Development of autonomous crop management
The world population continues to grow and with it does the need for food. In addition, the sustainability issues increase in both floriculture and vegetable cultivation and there is a shortage of crop and energy experts in many companies. How can greenhouse farming turn these challenges into opportunities?

We want to make knowledge of cultivation and energy available via smart data-driven services. AgroEnergy is working with crop consultants on a product that makes autonomous crop management possible. This helps companies with a lot of knowledge of cultivation to make complex choices in crop management. In companies with lesser knowledge of cultivation it will be possible to manage the crop from a distance. This creates an optimal greenhouse climate and lowers energy consumption with an optimal crop yield as a result. Less growing on intuition and more focus on data!

 

Do you want to join us?
For the further development of autonomous crop management, we would like to get in touch with:

  • Large greenhouse horticulture companies with vegetable cultivation, preferably with locations worldwide
  • Companies that build greenhouses worldwide
  • Investors, climate computer companies or tech companies

 

Interested or want more information?

Rudolf de Vetten
Developer data solutions, AgroEnergy
      Mail: r.d.devetten@agro-energy.nl 

 

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Autonous Greenhouse Challenge: Demonstration    Autonomous Greenhouse Challenge: How does autonomous growing work?     Autonomous Greenhouse Challenge: What do you think about autonomous growing?