Agriculture is becoming more digital:

Mobile broadcast studio – as a place of exchange – out and about in the country

The interdisciplinary project team of the University of Leipzig and the Fraunhofer Institute was looking for a meeting space for its “Mobile Scheune” initiative that offers opportunities for get2gether, as a stage and as a film studio with live broadcasts for corona-related hybrid events. The modulbox MAX should also be placed directly in the vineyard or on orchards.

“Above all outdoors and mobile – should it be” were the customer’s requirements for the modular solution they were looking for. They were quickly won over by the potential of the modulbox systems. The modulbox MAX was configured appropriately to implement your own goals. A large roofed and glazed interior offers space, large branding areas indicate the patrons and sponsors.

The ‘Mobile Barn’ has been actively used in Germany for over a year. The on-site encounters are often about an exchange of ideas and experiences, but also about real demonstrations, experiments and test options for digitization. Three regional experimental fields in central Germany enable the testing of digital technologies in fruit growing and viticulture. In doing so, you work closely with experts from agricultural practice.

The team captured the diverse deployment situations emotionally in many photos.

And you can get insights through the various websites and media channels of those involved. To the links:

Why are we suddenly interested in viticulture and fruit growing? What do we have to do with digitization in agriculture?

As is so often the case, the suggestions come from our very different customers, in this case from the EXPRESS project. The express team shows once again how wide the use and the subject areas for the use of outdoor systems are. It was also important to the team to get a sustainable product from Germany. The focus was on quality and workmanship, as long-term deployments are planned and sometimes on rough terrain.

Here are a few details about the initiative: The EXPRESS project is funded by the Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture (BMEL) based on a resolution by the German Bundestag. The project sponsorship is provided by the Federal Agency for Agriculture and Food (BLE) as part of the promotion of digitization in agriculture. Fields of experimentation