Blue Radix was a project leader of the TKI project ‘The road to digital green fingers’ over the past two years. The project has developed an integrated measurement system for monitoring crop responses in real time, aiming to support growers’ green fingers with smart, digital crop measurements. Now the TKI project has been completed, producing a host of insights into which sensors add value to autonomous growing. In this interview an overview of the project, with recommendations and conclusions.
Do you want growers to be able to oversee and control more hectares? Do you want to expand and even gain more operational profit? Then sign up for one of our two online demos in January, where you will learn more about how our data models work, and how we can realize your unique crop strategy step by step with Crop Controller’s algorithms. You can read more about the program and sign up in this article.
An autonomous greenhouse consists of many components and domains, like robotics, sensors and data-driven installations, all of which must ultimately work together. Data is the connecting factor here, and is therefore very valuable. But who actually owns the data? And how do you reach agreements on this as a grower? Which agreements does Blue Radix have with growers about data ownership? You can read more about this in the Blog of Ronald Hoek.
In the November issue of Greenhouse Canada magazine a close look at the Greenhouse Technology Awards that made their debut at the Canadian Greenhouse Conference this year. The article decribes the three winners and one honourable mention. Blue Radix’ Crop Controller is the proud winner in the category International. Read more about of what Crop Controller does and what the winning areas were.
On Thursday October 28th, the TECH50 Event was organized by Hillenraad Partners. During this event the most leading technology companies in the Dutch greenhouse industry were awarded. This year’s theme was the contribution towards autonomous growing. From 292 horticulture-tech companies, Blue Radix was selected by an expert jury, as the winner in the category Data Science & AI!
On October 4th the winners of the Greenhouse Technology Awards were announced in the show guide of the Canadian Greenhouse Conference (CGC). Crop Controller by Blue Radix was announced winner in the international category.
Ronald Hoek, CEO of Blue Radix: “We are very happy and proud! Winning this award is a recognition of our work to make AI very practical and valuable in greenhouse operations.”
During GreenTech Jungle Talks & Holland Hortimedia recorded, a special radio program and podcasts on sustainability in horticulture and the future of food which will be broadcast by Paprika Tasty Radio on October 5, 16.00 hrs CET! Presenter Ed Smit and co-host Frederik Vossenaar, special envoy at the Ministry of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality discuss opportunities talk about new technologies and innovations with Ronald Hoek, CEO of Blue Radix and Art van Rijn, CEO of Artechno.
We were delighted to be participating in Greentech Amsterdam and meeting growers and relations face to face again,” says Ronald Hoek, CEO at Blue Radix. “At our stand, we told visitors how autonomous growing with Crop Controller works and how they can use this in their greenhouse. The amount of visitors was overwhelming, especially in these times.” View our photo’s of Greentech
If you thought autonomous growing was a development for the future, you’re wrong: it’s a reality today. This was the message from Rudolf de Vetten, Chief Product Officer of Blue Radix, delivering a presentation in the XPERT Theatre at GreenTech Amsterdam on Tuesday. Rudolf also clarified the difference between data platforms and the 3 steps towards an autonomous greenhouse, with each step adding even more value.