Urban Farming Robotics
One of the greatest problems of this century is sustainable agriculture. The exponential growth of the population leads to an increasing dependence on agriculture on an industrial scale, which in turn leads to the human need to change the environment in order to produce agricultural products on a larger scale. This change in the environment inevitably leads to climate change.
Against this background, on September 10, 2014, the United Nations General Assembly decided that the report of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) working group will be the basis for integrating SDGs into the development plan for 2015. Objective number 2 of the proposed 17 was endorsed as "End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition, and promote sustainable agriculture".
Our project aims at introducing the concept of nano-farming, ie delocalisation of the cereal and vegetable production process from the industrial complexes to the individual, thus contributing to the completion of the SDGs proposed by the united nations. This reduces the impact on the environment of agriculture on an industrial scale and helps the local economy by diversifying the nutritional supply.