Infarm

Infarm

HQ Country
Germany
Filtered by:
Infarm
Company
Topic
Show
 
2020
20 Nov 2020

Food and AgTech in 2020: An IDTechEx Perspective

2020 has been a challenging year for the food and agriculture industries, however, the crisis caused by the COVID-19 outbreak has led to several opportunities in the global food and agriculture industry, particularly for alternative and novel food systems.
3 Sep 2020

Innovative Companies Changing the Face of Vertical Farming

Vertical farming, the practice of growing crops indoors under tightly controlled conditions, is continuing to expand rapidly.
3 Jun 2020

How to Succeed in Vertical Farming

Vertical farming is an emerging technique within agriculture that involves growing crops indoors under controlled environmental conditions. By carefully tailoring the environment to the exact requirements of the crop, such through using LED lighting to produce the exact light spectrum needed for optimal photosynthesis, it is possible to obtain yields hundreds of times higher than traditional agriculture.
3 Apr 2020

Could Vertical Farming be the Solution to Supermarket Supply Problems

Empty supermarket shelves have become a common sight in recent weeks. Coronavirus Has Highlighted the Problems in Supermarket Supply: Could Vertical Farming Be The Solution?
9 Mar 2020

Vertical Farming: 2020-2030

IDTechEx Report: Dr Michael Dent
2 Jan 2020

Infarm

Infarm is a Berlin-based start-up that creates urban farms to grow vegetables inside supermarkets, schools and offices. Using its hydroponics-based growing technology, Infarm brings fresh, local produce to people living in some of the world's biggest cities. Having raised over $130 million in funding and deployed over 500 farming units, Infarm is one of the world's largest urban farming platforms.
Included are:
2 Jan 2020

Infinite Acres

Infinite Acres is a joint venture between American vertical farming company 80 Acres, Dutch horticultural automation company Priva and British online retailer Ocado. Building on the expertise of all three companies, Infinite Acres will work to develop turnkey systems for vertical farming. In December 2019, IDTechEx Analyst spoke with Infinite Acres CEO Tish Livingston.