Griffin, IUNI Partner in Controlled Environment Agriculture
Griffin has announced a partnership with IUNU, provider of computer vision, artificial intelligence (AI), and cultivation management software in the horticulture industry. The agreement was signed at AmericanHort’s Cultivate’22 show in Columbus, Ohio.
Griffin will now be able to offer its customers technology products that deliver value to maximize yield and efficiency.
“There is an influx of new technology solutions promising data-driven optimization and autonomous growing for greenhouse operators. At Griffin, we only work with the best and IUNU has consistently proven their value in the market over the past decade. More facilities run on LUNA than any other AI technology available and for a good reason – LUNA is the best system on the market,” said Tami Van Gaal, CEA division leader at Griffin.
“New technologies are critical in maintaining profitability for generations to come. We are thrilled to partner with Griffin who understands this vision. With Griffin’s rich history of supporting greenhouse growers, we are confident that our joint customers will be more successful than ever before,” said Adam Greenberg, CEO of IUNU.
IUNU’s Luna Platform helps greenhouse operators drive higher yields and produce better crops. IUNU’s flagship platform, Luna AI, keeps track of the minutiae of plant growth and health indicators using computer vision and artificial intelligence, turning commercial greenhouses into precise, predictable, demand-based manufacturers that optimize yield, labor, and product quality. The company’s cultivation management platform, Luna CMP, is designed to digitize production operations for maximum efficiency.