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AgriTechTomorrow Newsletter - April 5/2022

AgriTechTomorrow Newsletter - April 5th, 2022
Featured Articles

Researchers Analyze H2O Absorption via Goldeye SWIR Cameras

The LemnaTec system, called Scanalyzer3D, utilizes advanced cameras from Allied Vision to provide researchers with previously unavailable data on plant growth, root development, water absorption and drying, and photosynthesis.

Bridging the Gap from Farming to Today's Highly Efficient Manufacturing Methods

The key to growth in the Indoor Agriculture industry is to compete with traditional farming. That requires maximizing yields efficiently and reducing waste. We see the potential of being able to automate from seed to harvest to packaging to grocer.

Enhancing Plant Growth using LED Light:

Located at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, the lab's team of dedicated researchers led by Dr. R. Glen Uhrig are working around the clock to unlock the mystery surrounding signalling events that control plant growth and development.

How the University of Lincoln Uses AI to Grow the UK's Millions of Strawberries to Perfect Ripeness

Through this new technology, robots will run through strawberry greenhouses in the north of England, gathering video footage that gets analyzed by AI as the robot moves along.

Developing Big-Data Models of Soybean SDS with Agmatix

A coalition of extension pathologists from five midwest universities and Ontario Ministry of Agriculture are participating in a study of SDS outbreaks to determine how to predict where they are most likely to occur and the severity of their occurrence.
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How to introduce AI-based image processing to the field level
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Raven Opens Advanced Engineering Center in Arizona, Expands Innovation Campus in S.D.
GROWMARK and Solinftec Expand Partnership with New AgTech Robot
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Most indoor growers can improve their environment, profitability and yield with accurate, flexible and easy-to-use Ensora Systems. Ensora's wireless sensors get all the power they need from any light source (no batteries to change) and feed accurate data to the Ensora App to track and control your grow conditions. Plus, reconfiguring your Ensora layout is as easy as picking sensors up and putting them down somewhere else. Grow more when you know more. With Ensora.

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Featured Company


MVTec is a leading international manufacturer of software for machine vision used in all demanding areas of imaging like the semi-conductor industry, inspection, optical quality control, metrology, medicine or surveillance. In particular, software by MVTec enables new automation solutions in settings of the Industrial Internet of Things. MVTec is the developer and vendor of the general purpose machine vision software products HALCON and MERLIC.

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