The Alsatian start-up MyFood offers smart and connected greenhouses capable of feeding two to four people. Designed to promote the development of ecological, sustainable and local crops, this greenhouse makes it possible to grow fruits and vegetables in small spaces. Thanks to several cultivation techniques (aquaponics, bioponics, permaculture), many varieties can be grown there (tomatoes, […]
CO2 emissions, pesticides and fertilizers, zero waste ... Consumption habits have greatly evolved in terms of food. Citizens, who are more responsible, are more and more inclined to favor local production and ecology. Faced with this observation, the Strasbourg start-up MyFood, founded in 2015, has developed connected greenhouses to facilitate the adoption of this culture […]
Founded in 2015 by Mickaël Gandecki, Matthieu Urban and Johan Nazaraly, MyFood aims to fight the damages caused by industrial agriculture by bringing food production back home, off-grid, using 90% less water, and without pesticide. The company’s mission statement reads: “Our ambition: to make it possible to produce at home a healthy, diverse and ultra-fresh […]
In full growth, the startup myfood (re) connects citizens to their food by offering them to acquire greenhouses connected, easy to use. To help its students broaden their horizons, the ENSEA engineering school has formed a partnership with its founders. The school will host a connected greenhouse where graduating students will be able to experiment […]
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.
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.
Launched in 2015, this start-up designs greenhouses for individuals to produce its own food. These greenhouses are connected in order to provide a follow-up to the users and to have an optimal use of their production.
Connected, responsible, autonomous: the greenhouse concept imagined by the Alsatian start-up myfood takes on board the key principles of sustainable production and consumption. It condenses them into a daring hybridization between the worlds of digital and agroecology.
And if the revolution started in your garden? "This is the question posed by Matthieu Urban, one of the three co-founders of Myfood, in the video presentation of this project. This smart greenhouse must allow individuals to easily grow their own vegetables, and perhaps to achieve food self-sufficiency.