The EU Fresh Info Forum is a three-day event that took place last week at the World Horti Center in Naaldwijk. The event organisers challenged young and daring solution providers to meet and share their ideas. Via the educational HiPerGreen programme from InHolland, we were invited to the event.
The 4th edition of this forum consisted of several interactive activities designed for entrepreneurs, managers, experts, professors and students from the agricultural sector. They received a comprehensive overview of the developments in both individual companies and the fresh produce industry in general as a result of growing technological possibilities. Various leading companies and organisations (such as Agrilys, Jumbo supermarket, Fruitmasters, the European Union, etc.) were also present.
ADI attended on the second day of the forum. We gave live demonstrations and two presentations. Lucien, a co-founder, also had the opportunity to be part of an expert panel in robotics used in agriculture.
We’d like to thank InHolland and the World Horti Center for this opportunity. We made new and valuable connections.
More about Applied Drone Innovations: Imagine a football field, now imagine that you have to check the health of each individual blade of grass. This is the challenge that growers face in the ever expanding horticultural market today. Employees are hard to find, hard to train and greenhouses are only getting larger. Applied Drone Innovations (ADI) provides new tools to growers to tackle these issues.
With extensive experience in the horticulture sector, ADI are in a unique position to add value to growers with our combination of bespoke hardware and software solutions to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of greenhouses.
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