Achieve quality, productivity and time gains during harvest.

How real-time metrics motivate pickers and improve your ROI.

Identify where productivity is below par and take action.

Developed in New Zealand by local growers, Dataphyll Grow uses sensor and mobile technology to collect, store, analyse and report on orchard data. Not only does the Dataphyll system make quick and accurate harvesting easy, but installation is simple and fast.

Pickers arrive on-site.

Sign on

  • Each worker has an individual tag.
  • The supervisor scans the sensor to clock in the picker.
  • The worker is assigned to a location and number of tokens or crates.


Weigh product

  • Workers leave their full containers or crates to be collected by a ‘runner’.
  • The ‘runner’ weighs the containers or crates at the field station (optional HQ).


Additional timesheet capture

  • Supervisors clock workers on and off for breaks individually or as a group.

Packing time.

Grading fruit

  • Packhouse workers use the touchless grader to scan items and input QC information.

In-field alerts.

Real-time QC notifications

  • Supervisors are alerted about QC issues identified during packing so they can manage the harvest worker immediately.


Payroll and performance

  • Orchardists can review performance and production in real-time, highlighting best performing workers and row-level yields and understanding reject rates.

You can reduce wastage, lower costs, avoid other losses – for example, low productivity and disputes over quantities picked – and provide fair, performance-based pay to retain your good quality staff (the best staff aren’t always who you think they are).

Weigh directly in field

Weigh fruit yield in real-time and get instant quality feedback (in situ—orchard or packhouse) before or during grading without losing any traceability data specific to the items picked.

"At a time when pickers are in short supply, investing in smart technologies is a way to attract and retain quality workers. We want to lead the charge as an innovative and progressive operation throughout the supply chain. Pickers know in real-time how much they have picked and how much they will earn."
Orchard and project manager Ross Kirk, Tarras Cherry Corp

Dataphyll’s Guide to Incentivising Your Seasonal Workforce

Looking for ways to incentivise the productivity of your seasonal workforce while managing costs better?

Dataphyll’s guide to Incentivising Your Seasonal Workforce looks to emerging challenges and is full of good ideas for creating a productive team that returns year after year.

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