Precision serving: Vodafone tech to help deliver Wimbledon's sustainable strawberries

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Internet of Things technology is helping improve the quality of this year's Wimbledon strawberries. Credit: Vodafone
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Internet of Things technology is helping improve the quality of this year's Wimbledon strawberries. Credit: Vodafone

Internet of Things technology aims to help improve quality and sustainability of this year's crop of strawberries

The exclusive supplier of the Wimbledon Championship's iconic strawberries has successfully trialled a new Internet of Things (IoT) technology, which its developer claims could help slash global carbon...

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