With labour shortages on the rise, the agriculture industry seeks reliable means to automate production and daily operations. Many understand that advanced machinery and robotics hold much promise in making up for labour shortfalls; lesser known are how advanced computer technology like artificial intelligence (AI) can play an equally important role in automating complex tasks in commercial hydroponic greenhouses. Being lesser-known comes as no surprise since, unlike machinery, AI automation services typically function out of sight and require complex computer analyses conducted on servers far away from the greenhouse. The time is right for leaders in agriculture to learn about the growing potential of these unseen automation services.
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One 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.
Becoming set in our ways is only natural. Once we master a skill we are right to take pride in our refined abilities and value how we can execute a task with efficiency and finesse. Toiling away as we meet deadlines and achieve new success, it’s expected that we sometimes embrace the status-quo and lose sight of all the ways our industry is changing. Reality will soon catch up, where new ways of thinking from outsiders provide even better ways to get a job done.
By using data from your greenhouse, our team of data scientists will develop custom-made automation services made possible by the latest artificial intelligence technology. We respect that your greenhouse data contains a wealth of information about your business that you never want to be shared with anyone outside of Motorleaf. Fret not: we’re leading experts when it comes to data management and you can count on us to protect your information at each step when developing your high-tech automation tools.
Your greenhouse produces a wealth of data and growers need to understand the value and power of all this digital information. Technology companies can use your data to develop cutting-edge automation services that make your business more efficient and competitive. Sharing your greenhouse data, however, raises issues about cybersecurity, privacy and data ownership; moreover, categories of data sharing are distinct and raise particular challenges.