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Fruit Logistica Trade Show: See Us On Stage and Meet Motorleaf

January 8, 2019 2:40:40 PM EST
 

Motorleaf pitch Fruit Logistica Berlin AI greenhouse farming technologyOne of the world's largest trade shows for the produce industry, Fruit Logistica, will take place in Berlin, Germany this February 6th to 8th. This event is a great opportunity to rub shoulders with leaders in the agri-food industry, including the team at Motorleaf.

We are delighted to announce that Motorleaf was one of 20 new agriculture technology companies selected from an international pool of applicants to demonstrate our greenhouse technology services on stage (see a list of companies presenting here). 

Happening on Friday, February 8th, the theme for the series of presentations is 'disrupt agriculture', where innovative products, projects and ideas will be in the limelight. We will present the application of our artificial intelligence technology to automate greenhouse tasks, such as harvest forecasting and disease scouting.

No worries if you miss our presentation; we will have an exhibition stand in the presentation hall where you can come meet us face-to-face throughout the day (located in Hall 9). Whether you are a greenhouse grower, journalist, technology aficionado, or investor, we look forward to answering any questions you may have about services.

If you plan to attend the trade show, be sure to drop by and say 'hello'. Why not schedule a meeting time with us today? Please submit a request by email to our Global Customer Excellence lead, Jennifer De Braga (jennifer.debraga@motorleaf.com).

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We will soon announce our new distribution partner for our services, which you can also meet at the event. Stay tuned for a press release in January.

Can't make it to Berlin? No problem. We can provide you with more information about greenhouse automation technology using artificial intelligence by filling out this short form on our website:

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We look forward to meeting you in Europe and wish you bountiful harvests.

Topics: trade show, agricultural technology, startup, ai, yield prediction

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