Kentucky Fresh Harvest is also currently nearing completion on its high-tech greenhouse. Located 100 miles southwest of AppHarvest’s Morehead, KY location, the $13.5 million Kentucky Fresh Harvest greenhouse facility will be located on 30 acres in the town of Stanford. About Kentucky Fresh Harvest Kentucky Fresh Harvest, LLC is the Lincoln County “project company” owned […]
Join InData.farm Thursday, March 5, 2020, at the Visalia Convention Center for the largest citrus specific conference and tradeshow in California! California Citrus Mutual’s (CCM) Annual Citrus Showcase features multiple educational workshops, a tradeshow of over 100 exhibitors. InData.farm will be showing the latest versions of our Labor Management, Food Safety, Chemical Management software, and […]
InData’s Mike Braico to present at the 2nd Annual AgTech Conference Moderators: Mike Braico (CEO, InData.Farm), Martha Montoya (CEO, AgTools) • Are you playing defense (responding to audits, drowning in paperwork, unable to prioritize) or offense with your data (competitive market advantages, new insights, process improvements) • IoT sensors and monitoring – what’s working, what […]
Come visit the team at the Produce Marketing Associations PMA Fresh Summit!
InData is proud to announce a new addition to the growing Advanced Engineering Team. William Farfan joins InData and InData.farm as Chief Technology Officer (CTO) and Principal Data Scientist. He joins us from Microsoft’s LinkedIn division where he worked on strategic initiatives and technologies. During his tenure, he lead a variety of projects and R&D […]
Source: PMA Do you have a technology roadmap for your company? If you don’t, you need one. A technology roadmap is important to have as you develop your automation strategy and how implementation of any technology or automated system will affect your entire production process. In order to create a smarter workplace, systems need to […]
Visiting a state of the art avocado packing facility today. Impressive!
Source: PMA When did farming change? We now have autonomous control systems to patrol our fields, automated pickers and packers, and drones and satellites investigating our soil. Even smartphones are now used to control our equipment. But the evolution of farming using these sensing technologies, software apps, hardware systems, and communications systems could not move […]