Montreal will be all abuzz early April. Spring will be in the air and leaders from the fresh produce industry will flock to the city.
Are you ready? The Canadian Federation of Agriculture is having its annual general meeting this Wednesday, February 27th, in our lovely nation's capital.
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.
Great news for Canadian greenhouses: you can now invest in artificial intelligence (AI) technology to increase the profitability of your business for free.