Refreshed software and more powerful hardware in the HarvestEye 2.0 system are to deliver faster crop measurement and processing, with improved detections leading to better accuracy of data reported to its online portal.
HarvestEye is technology that fits to existing harvesting or grading equipment. It provides performance data on size and count and also maps variability of root crops, which is currently compatible with potatoes and onions.
HarvestEye launches the newest version of its machine-learning driven root crops insights tool at Fruit Logistica in Berlin.
Refreshed software and more powerful hardware in the 2.0 system are to deliver faster crop measurement and processing, with improved detections leading to better accuracy of data reported to its online portal. The refreshed software will also enhance HarvestEye’s capabilities to operate more effectively in challenging environments, such as low evening sun.
New subscription options on Harvest Eye 2.0 for growers and enterprises, as well as leasing options, are also available as part of the renewed offering.
Vidyanath (Vee) Gururajan, managing director of HarvestEye, said: “Version 2.0 is a significant evolution for growers and packers seeking better monitoring tools for crop variability to maximise yield and enhance planning. Amid current market uncertainties, supply chains need to be confident in the quality of produce they receive as production costs soar.”