Vertical Hydroponics + Internet of Things + User Experience
We have already started talking of the next Green Revolution. Farms of future are bound to go vertically upwards and locate closer to the consumption markets. This translates into a fresher produce at a great price point. We introduce connected farms that let the farmer stay connected with the farm.
We do this by bringing together three latest technology revolutions into one package:
Vertical Hydroponics + Internet of Things + User experience = Next Generation Connected Farms
Hydroponics is a system of indoor agriculture that utilizes nutrient laden water rather than soil for plant nourishment. The indoor plants are treated with LED lights set at frequencies optimal for rapid growth of the plant. The result is a fast and healthy growth of plants sometimes reducing the cycle time to 24% of the original time and water usage to less than 10% of the amount used on open crops.
Internet of Things: We enable the farmer to monitor and regulate the input and output parameters in real time. The producer can not only see the various inputs like pH level, conductivity, air moisture & temperature, light intensity etc, but also prepare his own recipe of these inputs to produce a crop with its own distinct flavor and color. How cool is that!
We have developed a system of sustainable means of indoor crop production using an integrated system of soil and ambient environment sensors to sense and actuate various parameters as well as control inputs to an array of vertically stacked crops. Essentially, the whole system is a closed loop feedback system.
User Experience: A dedicated team of web and mobile application developers hell bent on creating the best experience for a farm owner.
Hydroponics, Aquaponics and indoor agriculture methods have gained traction in recent times as a sustainable solution of mass scale reliable agricultural production. We are taking these technologies further to galvanize an indoor farming revolution in context of arid or semi-arid climates as well as historically weather dependent irrigation practices such as those in developing economies such as India.