Open Platform

Open Platform for horticulture automation

To control your crop in the most efficient way possible, we can help you best by providing a complete solution. That’s why we’ve built a future-proof platform that connects our robust climate computers, water systems and control technology with smart online applications.

By connecting your systems and greenhouse sensors to the Priva Open Platform, you can further optimize the growing process and your business strategy. For example with Plantonomy, our digital service for autonomous growing. And by connecting to solutions of our partners.

Priva's open platform 

Our cloud platform seamlessly connects all aspects of the growing process, enabling you to control your crop in the most efficient and reliable way possible; anytime, anywhere and from any device.

Online applications

Your single point of access to our platform is MyPriva. A secure cloud environment based on Microsoft technology in which you can access and manage your applications. Would you like to know more? Find out how we keep your data safe and secure >

Connecting with partners' solutions

We have developed an open platform that allows partner solutions to be integrated through APIs. Currently, this is limited to a Get API which makes it possible to retrieve greenhouse data via the Priva platform. In time, it will be possible to add external data to the Priva platform and to have climate and processes safely managed via partners’ control systems.

Online applications

The first online applications are already available:

Priva Connected
Priva Connected
Priva Connected is the starter package for the Priva Open Platform. It includes a Priva Gateway to connect you to the cloud, and several online services to make sure you can manage and monitor your greenhouse systems remotely. Furthermore, you’re always up to date with Priva software and direct access to service and online training courses is included.
Operator 1
Priva Operator
Operator is our online tool for remote control of a horticultural facility. With Operator, you can manage and monitor the key processes involved in growing your crops, such as the climate and water. Whenever and wherever necessary, simply using your smartphone, tablet or laptop.
Growing autonomous with Plantonomy
(pre-release) Plantonomy, Priva’s autonomous growing technology, is designed to simplify consistent crop production. The application uses smart algorithms that follow the plant’s biorhythm. It autonomously controls a large part of the climate settings every five minutes regarding irrigation, ventilation, heating, screening, and lighting of the greenhouse. At the moment, Plantonomy is available as pre-release for tomato and pepper growers.
Grower Intelligence Dashboard
Grower Intelligence
(Pre-release) Grower Intelligence provides insight into the development of your crop in relation to your plan. You will receive detailed information about all underlying parameters that led to these results. This gives you all the insights you need to manage a predictable cultivation. Grower Intelligence is currently available as a pre-release for tomato and pepper growers with the support of our consultants.
API Services
API Services
With our Get API you can retrieve greenhouse data via the Priva platform. This way you can integrate data and get an even more complete overview of your company. Would you like to know more about our API Services? Please contact us.
Priva World Horti Center
Wireless sensor network
To optimally control your crop, you need to have insight in the crop environment. Wireless sensors can give you that insight by generating data from your growing facility. At Priva, we are working on an integrated solution so that you have all your sensor and process control data in one overview. This allows you to easily analyse the growing process and adjust your control strategy if necessary.

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Peter Könemann

Manager Sales Horticulture Europe

Peter Könemann