Tout a commencé en 2016 à Sutton quand Ramen Dutta, aujourd’hui directeur TI de Motorleaf, avait de la difficulté à trouver des gens pour arroser ses plantes de valeur lorsqu’il partait en vacances.
Communiqué de presse: La start-up montréalaise Motorleaf permet aux exploitants de serres de mieux planifier leurs récoltes grâce à l’intelligence artificielle
There is a fairly good chance only my wife, 2 of my employees and perhaps a curious stranger will read this late night bit of writing. I may not care - as this may just serve as a written reminder to myself as to the importance of WHAT our company actually does, and why it's important to know the essence of this for all those conversations with investors, potential hires, potential customers and maybe even potential acquirers of our company... (everyone can dream - right?)
I mean - any tech company CEO should know what they're doing / why they're doing it - it's fairly simple, right?
Horti Daily interviewd Motorleaf's CEO and Co-Founder Alastair (Ally) Monk recently, as part of a spotlight on new technology servicing the greenhouse market. Motorleaf first met Boy de Nijs at the Indoor AgCon event in 2017, where he soon became interested on Motorleafs vision and technology. Read on for an indepth overview of our company vision and sneak peek at where we're headed...