5 teams are to compete in 4th Autonomous Greenhouse Challenge

5 teams are to compete in 4th Autonomous Greenhouse Challenge
Photo: WUR

On 6 and 7 June, the Wageningen University & Research location in Bleiswijk hosted the Autonomous Greenhouse Challenge hackathon event, concluding the first (online) phase of the Challenge. Teams IDEAS, MuGrow, AgriFusion, Trigger, and Tomatonuts emerged as the winners of the online challenge and will advance to the next phase of the competition: growing a real dwarf tomato crop remotely and autonomously in a greenhouse compartment at WUR Bleiswijk.

The hackathon event marked the end of the first phase of the Autonomous Greenhouse Challenge. Twenty-three international teams from around the globe entered the Challenge, with only the top five teams advancing to the next phase of the competition. These five teams emerged from the online challenge completed by each of the 23 teams on 31 May.

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