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HAS University opts for Certhon Phytotron Control System

  • HAS University opts for Certhon Phytotron Control System

The HAS School in Den Bosch has redesigned growth cells for research work. The existing software system has been replaced by the Certhon phytotron Control System®.

Certhon phytotron Control System

Both parties are extremely satisfied with the first co-operation. “It is the first time we do a job for HAS University of Applied Sciences,” says John van der Sande from Certhon. “The HAS University of Applied Sciences wants to stay ahead in research issues. We are pioneers in the development of growth cells, so this partnership just perfect, “concludes van der Sande, which has developed its R & D department the Certhon phytotron Control system. The HAS School in Den Bosch has eight growth cells, covering about 100 sqm cover. Four cells are equipped with a three-layer cultivation system, the other four have four growing layers. This application allows various search types. Each cell is fully equipped with LED lighting and technical facilities in the field of electricity, irrigation, heating, cooling and CO2 dosage. It Certhon phytotron Control system enables HAS University of Applied Sciences to create a specific environment in every growth cell and monitor . With the new software gets HAS University of Applied Sciences ability to monitor climate accurately. “The choice of Certhon is partly determined by the user, in particular the transparency that provides the interface: very important for an education, with many staff and students who work with the system,” says sector director Horticulture and Arable Toine Hattink of HAS University. hAS University of Applied Sciences is the university for studies in the field of Agro, Food and Rural Areas with offices in Den Bosch and Venlo.

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