Plants grown in controlled environments are constantly monitored through sensor analysis, enabling the effective use of resources such as water, nutrients and pesticides.
The use of sensor intelligence and applied machine learning enables controlled environments to be at the forefront of modern agriculture. Increase productivity and efficiency through artificial intelligence to ensure a sustainable, resilient business.
Produce healthy, nutritious crops with more efficient resource use in controlled environments. Vertical farms have infinite potential to overcome future challenges to food security such as increasing global populations, climate change and sustainable resource use.
Controlled environments optimise the use of resources to improve environmental sustainability through tailored nutrient and pesticide applications, contributing to reduction in use of harsh chemicals. Hydroponic systems grow plants in nutrient rich solutions rather than soil, reducing water use significantly.
Indoor environments sidestep the challenges of outdoor transmission of plant disease, therefore reducing the need for blanket applications of pesticides. Machine learning control and command actions maintain conditions to eliminate poor plant health caused by environmental factors.
Produce fast growing, high yielding crops within optimised controlled environments to maximise harvests and increase profits.
Grow crops with higher yields and improved growing times to maintain a more sustainable, productive business through optimising plant growing conditions while utilising fewer resources.
Use machine learning and sensor analytics to offer tailored solutions to conventional challenges to plant health, disease and yield. Precisely monitor and control growing environments for effective crop management.
The potential applications of sustainable systems in overcoming world food security challenges are the focus point of modern research. Continually improving controlled growing methods through advanced technology contributes to increasing global knowledgebases.