PRESS RELEASE InData.farm, a post-harvest Software as a Service (SaaS) AgTech company today announced its new Smart Services Cloud Platform. Smart Services allows growers, packers, and chemical providers to harvest supply chain data. Ultimately, identifying and measuring business blind spots to make profitable business decisions. Smart Services can automate gathering regulatory data utilizing Internet of … Continue reading Smart Services Cloud Platform
Come visit the team at the Produce Marketing Associations PMA Fresh Summit!
Schedule a meeting with us at the PMA Fresh Summit in Anaheim, CA. With over 22,000 produce and floral professionals from more than 60 countries, Fresh Summit delivers global connections, consumer insights, and innovative business solutions. Expo Location: Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim, CA, USA - BOOTH 4908 – ARENA Expo Dates: Friday, October 18 & Saturday, October … Continue reading PMA Fresh Summit
William Farfan Chief Technology Officer (CTO) and Principal Data Scientist 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 … Continue reading William Farfan joins InData as CTO
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 … Continue reading A Whole Systems Approach To Automation
Visiting a state of the art avocado packing facility today. Impressive. https://youtu.be/RKI1YnjvT2U?rel=0&loop=1
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 … Continue reading Keeping Up With The Pace of ‘Smart’ Farming in Fresh Produce