We are at the 3rd day of our Kickstarter campaign and the AquaShield project is 30% funded already! How cool is that? AquaShield is quite a complex project, so it is no surprise, that we received all kind of questions about the device and the software. But the most commonly asked question is that how […]
Hi guys, we are back with a ton of new information, with a new product and a definite date for FINALLY launching our Kickstarter campaign. I know that it took much longer than expected but we wanted to create a finished product, not only a prototype.
The last month we were focusing to do the final smoothing on the new modules for the AquaShield v2.0 and I can say that we’ve finished strong. The hardware turned out more than fine and we are super happy with the result.
It’s been a while since the last update, but we’ve got good news! AquaShield is coming to Kickstarter till the end of this year with a brand new design, structure and more advanced functionality.
Want to grow food as fast as possible? This article is for you. I want to talk about hydroponics and how AquaShield could help you to operate and monitor your setup. Hydroponics is one of the most commonly used methods for growing (mainly) vegetables and fruits at home.
As you might know, we made a survey last month about aquaponics, and now here are the results! We asked more than 250 people (from beginners to aquaponics masters) and we have some really interesting results.
Lately we are getting a lot of questions about AquaShield, so we decided to sum up our toughts about the project. When we first started to talk seriosly about the project (like we are really going to build it) we all agreed that we will need some guidelines and borders for the whole development. As […]
As we see AquaShield is as much of a hardware project as it is software. The whole system is based on automatization so it is essential to have a powerful software that can handle all the data collecting, sorting and processing. Furthermore we think, it is essential to have an open software, so users could […]
As I wrote in my post about the AquaShield philosophy, we want to create the most advanced aquaponics monitoring and controlling device ever, but we don’t want to invent what is already exist. We would like to take advantage on existing technologies, leverage them to speed up the development, reduce the costs and spread the information […]
When we first started to talk seriosly about the project (like we are really going to build it) we all agreed that we will need some guidelines and borders for the whole development. As the AquaShield concept started to gain shape we laid down the following rules.