Light Science Technologies (LST) will be showcasing its technology and the latest energy-saving solutions for indoor farmers and growers when it exhibits at GreenTech 2022, RAI Amsterdam, on the 14th – 16th of June.
Being unveiled to visitors for the first time will be LST's new sensorGROW, harnessing the latest sensor technology and enabling growers to make business decisions with confidence based upon real-time and historical data of their growing environment. Over time, sensorGROW's analysis of the growing environment is expected to enable customers to have knowledge of their crops' health far in advance of when would be humanly possible through traditional observation. Actionable growing intelligence has numerous benefits to customers, allowing them to reduce food waste, decrease energy and increase yield. The exhibition will also provide the AgTech company with the opportunity to seek potential future customers and partners to trial the product.
The show will also serve as the ideal platform to launch its new tuneable LED luminaire from LST's nurturGROW range featuring its pioneering LED grow lighting technology. Ideal for vertical farms and other multi-layer growth applications, the luminaire's slimline design is specifically suited for use in a closed, climate-controlled growing facility and can maximize space, thanks to its lower profile and bespoke length. Delivering an efficacy of up to 2.8 umol, aids in reductions in energy requirements and lower operating costs without compromising performance.
With the choice of nine independent light spectrums, growers can select the right crop recipe, including UVC, to give the flexibility of a tailored option to create the perfect light spectrum for crops through the complete crop growth cycle at the touch of a button. Introduced to the market last year, the nurturGROW range reduces light wastage with its recyclable and reusable design, making it more sustainable.
During the three-day show, the team will be at the stand demonstrating real-time and live data, as well as being on hand to share its expertise and offer the latest industry advice.
It will also be revealing initial results from its current tomato trial taking place at Stockbridge Technology Centre, where, in conjunction with Crop Health and Protection (CHAP), it is utilizing its LED grow light to test low power technology to reduce energy costs while growing vine crops.
Andy Williams, Marketing Director at LST, commented: "We are relishing the opportunity to meet with existing and prospective customers at what will be our first GreenTech. The CEA market is in a rapidly expanding phase of growth, presenting the huge potential to indoor farmers and growers. It is a chance for experienced growers as well as newcomers to find out more about the cost-effective and energy-saving benefits LST offers. We're genuinely excited about what the future holds and how LST's game-changing proposition will help shake up the food system and transform the way we produce fresh produce."
Join the Light Science Technologies team at booth 01.765 (Hall 1).