Hatch It Lab startup Ceptu: ”Agro tech is exploding”

2016.11.24 | Peter Martin Moos Hoffmann

Earlier this year, Ceptu’s ”FieldSense” app became part of Danish Space Strategy launched by the Ministry of Higher Education. FieldSense provides easy crop monitoring using satellite technologies for farmers. Yet according to Ceptu, currently based in Hatch IT Lab at Department of Computer Science, FieldSense is just the beginning of a new dawn in agro tech. Next week, Ceptu will be presenting new business ideas on Big Data and artificial intelligence at Agromek, Northern Europe's largest joint agricultural fair. Read the full press release here (in Danish).

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