Jan van den Ende is Professor of Management of Technology and Innovation at the Erasmus University in Rotterdam and Professor of Horticultural Innovation. In the sector regularly discusses ‘servitization’:s a company’s transformation from product orientation to a service-oriented business model. As Blue Radix is a major proponent of the service-oriented model, we interviewed Jan on his vision for greenhouse horticulture from an innovation perspective.
During the online demos on May 27 or 2 June you will get a unique glimpse into the world of autonomous growing. And we’ll also inform you about the 6 steps of our phased approach for a successful transformation to autonomous growing in your greenhouse. Would you like to know if autonomous growing is applicable for your greenhouse? Read more and subscribe!
A blog by Rudolf de Vetten, Chief Product Officer at Blue Radix. Does it still make sense for experienced growers to spend their valuable time determining climate setpoints? Time for a completely different approach! How? More in this blog.
The Ontario government is supporting greenhouse growers by investing over $3.6 million in 12 innovative projects to help develop new technologies and enhance competitiveness and innovation. One of these approved projects is ‘Autonomous Greenhouse Management’- a collaboration between the Ontario Greenhouse Vegetable Growers (OGVG) and Blue Radix.
We are regularly asked questions about autonomous growing during conversations with growers and in our online demos. Jan Hanemaaijer, Crop Advisor at Blue Radix, answers five frequently-asked questions. Did you already know some of the answers?
Early February, Geert van der Wel started in the role of Autonomous Greenhouse Manager. He represents the human support side of our service Crop Controller in addition to the smart algorithms that control the greenhouse. Read more about how Geert helps customers and about his background.
We are proud to be part of the 2021 Indoor AgTech Landscape and to be mentioned on the website of Forbes. “Emerging commercialized autonomous growing innovations, such as the Blue Radix Crop Controller, promise to extend and enhance the reach of available grower expertise, particularly in large and multi-site operations.”
Liselotte de Vries is Business Developer at the Agtech Institute. In this interview, we ask her how TU Delft is involved in AI applications and what initiatives they are taking to make students enthusiastic about the greenhouse industry.