The realms of plants and computers are flirting with each other - and this might become the happiest arranged marriage there ever was. Via video-logs you can now follow the life of an open-source vertical farming project that mixes botany and bytes.
We still do not have a vegan-friendly version of optimus prime that produces and delivers fresh greens on-demand, but vertical farming technologies are taking the first humble steps towards something like that.
The Growstack project is a partnership between CPH Foodtech Community, IDA (Ingeniørforeningen) and Nextfood. Essentially Growstack is an open-source and community-driven platform that seeks to make it easy for anyone to create meaningful progress within vertical farming. We've built and operate a vertical farming system together, now it's time for all the crazy foodtech ideas and experiments out there to develop into something productive.
This video log is the first look inside the technology, plants, progress, failures and successes of Growstack. Primarily we'll be covering the Why, How and What of Growstack and how you can become a part of the project right now.
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Want to get in on the action? Sign up for Growstack official launch event, Wednesday March 14th 5.30PM @ IDA innovation, Kalvebod Brygge 33, Copenhagen V.
The vlog name Botanical Bytes represents the potential of digital plant production, where intelligent software can automate and optimise plant growth in controlled environments using sensors and open-source hardware.
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Kalvebod Brygge 33. 1560 København V
Christina Blaagaard Collignon
Trine Reitz Bjerregaard