Automating the Hemp Industry
Applying automation to hemp processing to save time and money.
In an atmosphere of high regulation, limited advertising opportunities, and continually evolving legislation, cannabis brands are turning to tech to improve the retail experience. In many markets, most notably in Canada, the sample bud jar and slick packaging have been entirely removed from the retail space. Regulations like these make it near-impossible for consumers to interact with the product they wish to purchase.
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In the modern world where technology is seeping into every aspect of industry and agriculture, it is vital for cannabis cultivators to know the range of options expands further than the traditional HVAC system.
What do cannabis and intelligent automation share in common? They are trends imposing a significant impact on both economics and politics. Furthermore, they are paving the way for the future faces of the farming industry, as well as, the cannabis industry.
This week, CannabisTech took the opportunity to speak with Ally Monk, CEO of MotorLeaf, about this crystal ball technology designed for tomatoes, cannabis, and anything else produced under the sun… (or grow lights).
As the cannabis industry continues to grow, leaving many companies struggling for success, automation has gained growing popularity. Companies are finding that through automation, they can achieve precision, effectiveness and increased profit margins.