Many approaches to innovation in the vertical farming space over the past few years appear to have been absent of consid...

Many approaches to innovation in the vertical farming space over the past few years appear to have been absent of consideration for the issues addressed above; have proven too expensive to build when considering the materials and technologies used; or have simply repeated existing technological approaches. This, together with more competition and a narrowing market, means that the financial bar for growers to succeed and survive has been set higher than in previous years. But exactly what kind of technological solutions are required for vertical farming companies to take the leap towards “larger,” more mainstream products and to reduce CAPEX and OPEX along the way?

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