UrbiGo in the news

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UrbiGo smart garden got an award on Belgrade Fair

Expert jury of 23rd Horticulture Fair in Belgrade evaluated participants and decided on winners of prestigious awards and recognition.

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Anja got an innovative business idea during studies in Finland and she made it!

She quit the job to pursue her vision and decided to found a startup with like minded people who helped idea become a viable business.

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National television about UrbiGo smart gardens

National television report on UrbiGo participation on Slush startup conference in Finland

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N1 about smart gardens and experience from Slush event

N1 about UrbiGo smart garden, Slush experience and reasons why Finland is center of innovation and entrepreneurship

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UrbiGo wins on Startery CEE

Urbigo team among three winners of Startery CEE!

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UrbiGo takes part in Slush GIA 2017

We are humbled to be selected as one of 36 teams that will participate in Slush GIA program for the most prominent early-stage startups addressing the sustainable development goals (SDGs) and providing solutions to the world’s most pressing challenges.

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It is on! Three Serbian startups are going to Slush Helsinki!

In the third local Slush competition organised by the Embassy of Finland in the Republic of Serbia and the Innovation Fund, Mindy (IT), Sunthetic (green energy) and Urbigo (green technology) entered the narrow circle.

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Social Impact Award presents three winning teams

The award-winning UrbiGo project, under Sanja Pešić mentoring (Alma Quattro), has developed indoor smart vertical gardens, in which spices, herbs or vegetables can be planted. The garden connects to the application on your phone, so thanks to the sensors, you can monitor your plants needs and progress.

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Serbian UrbiGo introduces smart (and connected) vertical gardens into our homes

Thanks to the humidity, temperature and light sensors in the vertical panel, the user connects with his vertical garden through the mobile application (iOS and Android) where he monitors the progress of his plants in real time and receives notifications when plants need certain care.

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Innovative solution for growing food on limited spaces

Thanks to UrbiGo sensors you can track every plant you grow using just your mobile device, or switch to automated mode when you go to vacation. Mobile app is a place for user interaction and tracking individual user climate impact via feature 'virtual climate tree'.