Agrilution develops, produces and distributes a fully automated kitchen device that can grow a wide variety of nutritious vegetables and herbs – without soil and independent from environmental influences.
Viva la Agrilution:
Die neue Technologie "Vertical Farming" macht uns zu LIDL-unabhängigen Selbstversorgern
One of this year’s five finalist teams is Agrilution, a team of Dutch students that has designed a small-scale and affordable vertical farming system. The system enables homesteading in small urban apartments and, through practical involvement, an increased awareness of the concept of vertical farming
The runner-up team – Agrilution – walked away with $5000 for their project, which involved making vertical farming more accessible and affordable.
Max Lössl is looking for solutions to world hunger with his start-up Agrilution. He is especially devoted to vertical farming and has just moved into the final round of the Thought for Food Challenge.
grow your own food at home! - next investment round starts June 2015
The runner-up team, Agrilution, from HAS University of Applied Sciences in the Netherlands, was awarded $5,000 for their closet-sized vertical farming system, which makes food production accessible to consumers while using less water and resources.
Students win second prize in Thought for Food Challenge
Max Lössl sucht mit seinem Start-up "Agrilution" nach Lösungen gegen den Welthunger. Er widmet sich vor allem dem Vertical Farming und ist gerade in die Finalrunde der Thought-for-Food-Challenge eingezogen.
5 Ideas For Improving Global Food Security, From University Students
01/05/2013 Comment in the blog of CodrinPo: http://codrinpo.com/tag/agrilution/
30/09/2013 Article about the Thought for Food Summit 2013 and Agrilution in the blog of Robbin de Bont: https://robbindebont.wordpress.com/2013/09/30/agrilution/
2015/05/20 Climate KIC Blog “ECO Summit Gewinner 2015”: http://climate-kic.de/climate-kic-start-ups-gewinnen-3-von-6-ecosummit-awards/
2015/06/03 Climate KIC Blog “Vertical Farming - die Flucht nach Oben”: http://climate-kic.de/vertical-farming-die-flucht-nach-oben