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Autonomous Greenhouses International Challenge underlines the importance of meaningful data

Lynn Radford

In the Autonomous Greenhouses International Challenge, multidisciplinary teams of computer scientists and horticultural experts are competing to improve the efficiency of vegetable production using sensors, data and artificial intelligence/machine learning. Grodan, one of the sponsors of this year’s competition, spoke to three members of Team Digilog, based in South Korea, to hear about their experiences so far.

Grodan - Team Digilog - Autonomous Greenhousechallegen

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