May 28, 2024
Sollum Technologies and Damatex partner for better greenhouse management

Sollum Technologies announces a new strategic partnership with Damatex. This collaboration combines the greenhouse lighting control features of Sollum’s proprietary SUN as a Service cloud platform (SUNaaS) with Damatex’s advanced climate control systems. The benefits are all about simplifying clients’ daily operations.

The synchronization of both control platforms consolidates multiple functions into a single, streamlined interface, reducing manual checks and enhancing system capabilities through enriched data sharing. This supports seamless data exchange and improved operational flexibility, while also minimizing configuration errors for more reliable control and better crop outcomes with less operational downtime.

Founded over three decades ago, Damatex has become a trusted leader in climate control solutions for greenhouse and indoor facilities. With a commitment to innovation and customer satisfaction, Damatex has consistently pushed the boundaries of technology to offer sophisticated, adaptable systems that are tailored to the unique needs of each client. Their products manage all production control requirements, including heating, ventilation, cooling, and irrigation, making them a perfect match for Sollum’s solution.

“We are excited to join forces with Sollum Technologies, marking a significant milestone in our quest to drive agricultural innovation forward. This partnership aligns perfectly with our mission to empower growers by integrating state-of-the-art technology with our proven climate control solutions, thereby enhancing both productivity and sustainability in the industry,” said Wayne Sicard, co-owner at Damatex.

François R-Moisan (left), chief technology officer and cofounder of Sollum Technologies; and Wayne Sicard (right), co-owner at Damatex.

“We are thrilled to partner with Damatex, whose expertise in climate control complements Sollum’s SUNaaS cloud platform, creating a powerful synergy that will greatly benefit our clients,” said François R-Moisan, chief technology officer and co-founder of Sollum Technologies. “This partnership not only enhances the capabilities of our respective systems but also simplifies operations, giving growers unparalleled flexibility and control over their greenhouses.”

By leveraging the strengths of both companies, this partnership promises to enhance the way greenhouses are managed, offering smarter, more efficient solution that is tailored to the evolving needs of the controlled environment agriculture industry.

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