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Thinkable Studio and Gardin selected for German design award

We are delighted to share that Thinkable Studio and Gardin have been selected for the prestigious German 'Focus Open 2024 Baden-W├╝rttemberg International Design Award' for Gardin's phenotyping platform.

Thinkable and Gardin received an honorable special mention for the design of 'one of the world's most advanced agricultural technologies that helps to improve food crops, reduce resource usage and improve forecasting.

"This is one of those rewarding projects where you can see the impact of technology helping to heal and feed the planet! We are in the midst of an agricultural revolution and Gardin is leading the way in sensor technology for greenhouses, vertical farms and polytunnels.
In a wonderful partnership, we designed and developed the Gardin sensor from concept into production between the in-house team and our friends at Gardin in a record 10 months.
We could not be more proud to be working again with Sumanta Talukdar and his talented team," shares Jorg Schlieffers, Managing Director, Thinkable Studio.

Andrew Hunter-Osborne, Director of Supply Chain & Operations says, "The success of Gardin to date has been built on very solid relationships with both our strategic partners and customers alike. The collaboration with the Thinkable team enabled us to realize concept to production against an aggressive schedule delivering our hardware to customers worldwide. Thinkable not only designed a functional, stylish and robust product but supported our wider manufacturing partners in ensuring a successful first build along with swift product certification. I look forward to working with Thinkable again in generating compelling hardware."

The sensor will be exhibited at the awards ceremony in 'Haus der Wirtschaft' on November 7th 2024-Jan 25th 2025.

For more information:
Damiana Price, Head of Marketing
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