We’ve got a brand new Q&A in our series to introduce this year’s talented crop of startup showcase finalists for Smart Kitchen Summit Europe. Next up is Michael Setton, CEO of connected indoor grow system TipCrop. They’ve developed a smart lighting tool which lets growers — like chefs, urban farmers, and anyone with a spare bit of indoor space — to fine-tune environmental conditions so they can grow microgreens, herbs, and other produce with high levels of control.

Head to the SKS Europe blog to learn more about how TipCrop is using machine learning to facilitate indoor farming, educate kids about plants, and even control how fragrant your basil is.

And if you want to meet the TipCrop team in person and see their tech in action, register for Smart Kitchen Summit Europe in Dublin on June 11-12th!

 

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