HYVE Indoor Farming Systems and AGEYE have announced a joint project for an indoor vertical farming facility in Nebraska. The facility will span 13,000 square feet and focus on growing leafy greens. This collaboration is a significant step forward for both companies, as it is the first complete and comprehensive project they have worked on together since announcing their alliance. HYVE has previously worked on several projects in the U.S. and Canada and has tested and worked with AGEYE on a project in North Carolina.
Commenting on the Nebraska indoor farming project, Ron Acorn, the President of HYVE, expressed his excitement about the company’s expansion plans, which involve integrating AGEYE’s artificial intelligence system into a new installation. Although HYVE has undertaken multiple projects in the U.S. and Canada recently and has collaborated with AGEYE on a project in North Carolina, this new installation will be the first complete and comprehensive project the two companies have worked on since announcing their alliance.
The new indoor farming project will incorporate AGEYE’s artificial intelligence system to enhance the grower’s automation, monitoring, and complete turnkey system. This will enable farmers to effectively manage their crops and provide them with valuable data to increase productivity and quality. In addition, the AGEYE software and monitoring system will enhance the value of HYVE’s systems, making it the most complete and scalable system in the market for mid and larger-scale commercial indoor farmers.
Nick Genty, Co-Founder and CEO of AGEYE, adds: “We’re very excited to integrate our farm management and crop intelligence platform into this HYVE installation and are pleased that the opportunity has been presented so soon after our announcement. Having already worked with HYVE, we feel comfortable that our system complements and enhances the HYVE system and will offer the grower unmatched automation, monitoring, and the latest in a complete turn-key system.”
HYVE will showcase its new project at the Indoor Ag-Con in booth 619. In addition, AGEYE Technologies, as a platinum partner of the event, will have its co-founder and CEO, Nick Genty, as a moderator for a discussion on “Avoiding Nutrient Imbalances” during the second day of the show. This event provides an excellent opportunity for both companies to showcase their expertise and innovation in indoor farming.
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