MyFood develops smart greenhouses to help consumers produce healthy, diverse, and fresh food at home. Air Liquide and MyFood are collaborating on a fertilization process using CO2 to improve the quality and yield of vegetables grown in the greenhouse. The process is smart, connected, and enables the reuse of CO2 from industry.
"We use a Raspberry Pi with Windows IoT and Azure storage, and we use a Sigfox network to trace the data." The company is currently raising funds through a participatory campaign and funds that will accompany it in its financing.
Myfood chose the LITA investment platform. co, platform dedicated to "sustainable, transparent and united finance". With a minimum ticket of 200 euros, investors acquire shares and enjoy financial benefits and potential capital gains.
A "personal assessment of the future of the planet" is at the origin of the creation by Mickaël Gandecki and his two young associates of the company Myfood and their first connected greenhouse. The idea is to allow a family to produce its own food, by betting on the symbiosis between fish and plants.
Our goal is to be able to feed humanity through our solutions. We seek to become a player for change, for example through collaboration with Enspirulia, a company producing spirulina that helps us to diversify our production.
This is the story of Mickaël Gandecki, Johan Nazaraly and Matthieu Urban, three digital natives who set up their start-up in 2015. The idea, Greenhouses connected. From the balcony to the urban farm, they are solar, connected, grow vertically, without chemical inputs ... and without effort! Since then, Myfood has been established in 7 European […]
At the Landes school, pupils of the first and second grad class worked throughout the year on various subjects concerning a simple and ecological vacuum mode. This experience continues with a visit to the garden of one of their classmate. Children are sensitized to rainwater harvesting, composting, permaculture tank culture, the preservation of all insects […]
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