Crop production is a complicated business. The biggest advantage of greenhouse farming is that it enables effective management and reduces risks caused by unpredictable weather conditions. Therefore, greenhouse farming optimises growing conditions and protects the crops from extreme weather events. Additionally, some types of greenhouse farming extend the growing season or even allow farmers to grow the crops outside of the typical season. Greenhouses that are additionally equipped offer the possibility to take complete control of the crop production, which leads to faster growth and higher yields.

Business Case / Problem:

  • Rising energy costs,Growing labour shortages,Increasing competition are squeezing already tight profit margins for commercial greenhouse cultivators. 
  • The time is now to gain new means to cut costs and promote the profitability of a farm. 
  • Expenses of new automation technology is one of the major issue.

Solution Overview:

  • Farming in a controlled environment allows farmers to produce high-value crops at maximum productivity in an efficient and environmentally friendly way. however, spreading pest or fungal attacks can destroy the farm faster than the normal open field environments. therefore, continues monitoring of environmental parameters is a must.
  • Modern greenhouse farmers are trying new non-native crops in a greenhouse. therefore, a continues agronomical support and decision making guidance is an inevitable concept in micro-climate farming.
Data Monitored
  • TEMPERATURE 
  • HUMIDITY 
  • LEAF WETNESS
  • EC
  • SOIL MOISTURE LEVEL
  • LUMINUS LEVEL
  • CO2
Action Made
  • IRRIGATION AUTOMATED
  • PREDICTIVE ANALYTICS
  • CROP SPECIFIC INTELLIGENCE
  • HISTORIC DATA
  • ENERGY TRACKING
  • LABOUR SCHEDULE
  • CROP SCOUTING
Results Achieved
  • Improved labour efficiency

  • Reduced energy consumption
  • Improved crop quality and yield

  • Analyze crop analytics and historical data
  • Use machine learning models to automatically adjust your equipment.