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...
A lot of people have been asking us recently about the security features Motorleaf offers. Many of you are concerned about the surveillance inside your growrooms or greenhouses, and we thought we would write about how our software and hardware can help mitigate the risks. They are the dangers we can see, as a stranger walking into your grow space, but there is also the risk of settings going out of control and ruining all the hard work Motorleaf has done. No worries: we've got serious security features to avoid that!
A recent study published by Université Laval revealed the cost of living of six Nunavik communities, a vast and northern region of Canada. Imagine a territory as big as the state of California, sitting above the 55th parallel north and surrounded by cold oceans.
Indoor agriculture has been more and more popular in the last years in North America for many reasons: people want fresher, organic and local food. Indoorag makes it easier to control the growing environment than traditional farming: growers can automate their installations and have a year-round production, and become less vulnerable to climate change.