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Connecting nature and technology

IIVO is the smartest greenhouse control system in the world. A modern and next-level process computer, allowing you to grow more, at higher quality while using minimal resources. The IIVO system is a combination of smart software and state-of-the-art hardware. Whether you have experience in growing crops or not, IIVO is very easy in use for all growers.

IIVO constantly and consistently monitors every aspect of your greenhouse environment including climate conditions, CO2 levels and water usage; but the system is capable of so much more. The system collects and archives data to create a complete and holistic overview of the conditions inside your greenhouse. IIVO can then be used as an advanced control computer to determine the specific needs of your crop at any given moment.

IIVO uses its predictive powers to create the ideal climate conditions for your crop by combining sensor generated data, weather predictions and past learnings. The system responds pro-actively to maintain a stable and uniform growth climate, which maximises the yield and quality of a crop, and ensures the most efficient usage of natural resources.

Backed by history, driven by innovation

IIVO was developed by Hoogendoorn Growth Management one of the world’s most innovators in the horticulture with more than 50 years’ experience. Our roots lie in The Netherlands, but we are present around the world. Hoogendoorn has been developing many of the systems and innovations now regarded as the industry standard. Aiming to not only excel in technological products, but also in customer support and training. We work with growers in every climate.

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Partner cases

PIB India signing ceremony

Dutch business cluster and government launch multi-year program to contribute to solutions for food challenges in India

On October 6, the covenant for the PIB NLHortiRoad2India was signed at the Netherlands India Business Meet in Ahoy, Rotterdam. This festive ceremony marks the kick-off of a multi-year public-private partnership, which aims to position the Dutch horticultural sector as a partner for India to meet India’s increasing demand for fresh, safe, and nutritious fruits and vegetables.

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Growing together by sharing the Chinese ‘pie’

The horticultural sector in China is on the rise; the country is increasingly focusing on its own food supply. This brings with it the necessary challenges, among others in the field of energy and water consumption, labor, and knowledge. Hoogendoorn Asia tries to support Chinese market gardeners in various areas, together with a partner such as DGD. “Sustainability also means entering into partnerships with parties who have the same values and are pursuing the same dream.”

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