Miniponics

The small scale hydroponic system that suits everybody

The miniponics project aims to find an economically viable solution to the installation of small scale hydroponic systems in rooftop of apartments, hotels, restaurant and clubs, bringing own-cultivated produce at it’s maximum nutritional value.

The Problem

With a world population reaching an estimated 10 billion for 2050 it is forecast that we would need to produce 70% more food than today, knowing that new fertile areas cannot accompany this growth.

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One Possible Solution

One possible solution is hydroponics, the system for cultivating plants without the need for soil. We deeply believe that this is the only way to achieve the densities required to feed the world and minimize and control the plant’s intake of water and its essential nutrients.

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Making it Happen

The idea emerges naturally when we consider the collective experience, skills and aspirations of our team, whose expertise developed over the last years spans areas of image recognition, sensors and connectivity, mathematical modelling of physical processes and statistical analysis, among others.

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About b3

b3consultants is a Research + Development company with expertise in image/video processing, data acquisition, simulations and numerical analysis, involved in a variety of innovation projects related to the agro/industrial economical sectors. With base set in Montevideo, UY, the multidisciplinary staff ranges from mathematical modelling prodigies to UX experts in order to tackle the many different challenges that arise with every project.

Miniponics

The small scale hydroponic system that suits everybody. The miniponics project aims to find an economically viable solution to the installation of small scale hydroponic systems in rooftop of apartments, hotels, restaurant and clubs, bringing own-cultivated produce at it’s maximum nutritional value.


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With a world population reaching an estimated 10 billion for 2050 it is forecast that we would need to produce 70% more food than today, knowing that new fertile areas cannot accompany this growth.


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