GreenTech Amsterdam is the global meeting place for all professionals involved in horticulture technology in RAI Amsterdam. GreenTech focuses on the early stages of the horticulture chain and production issues relevant to growers. Driven by factors like year-round crop production in urban environments, spectrally-optimized lighting solutions enable growers to provide the most appropriate light needed to support growth, development and yield. The unprecedented spectral precision and energy efficiency of LED grow lighting make it possible to achieve consistent and maximum crop yields at low production cost.
GreenTech Amsterdam is the place where the latest trends, developments and innovations in horticulture are shown. Horticultural lighting products for shelf systems, vertical farming and interlighting are deemed to be the highlight in the event. With horticulture products and solutions, inspiring sessions on cutting edge topics and an in-depth look at the technology of the future, GreenTech offers you a unique focus on production technology and great opportunity to expand your international business network.
The knowledge programme of GreenTech Amsterdam, the global horticulture platform, will be all about ‘Your connection to sustainable food and flower production’. Specific topics such as smart lighting, plant health, resilient cultivation and robotics are covered. But also themes like partnering in the value chain, supply chain integration, biodiversity and sustainability challenges in the horticulture sector are on the agenda at the Vision-, Technology- and Plant Compound/ Vertical Farming Stages. In total 525 exhibitors and 11,000 visitors will be expected on the show floor.
Experience horticulture solutions first-hand, and join inspiring knowledge session at GreenTech Amsterdam! Learn about cutting edge topics and have an in-depth look at the technology of the future. Get a complete overview of the market and business opportunities in horticulture, so you can make informed investment decisions. GreenTech is supported by AVAG, the industry association for the greenhouse technology sector in the Netherlands.
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