Intelligent Automated Agriculture
See What’s Happening
Your farm is talking to you. Are you listening? Compatible with a wide variety of state-of-the-art sensors, Cityblooms Sensor Nodes can be configured to a range of uses. From capturing plant-specific data to monitoring complex irrigation systems. By combining sensing, data analytics and machine learning, Cityblooms provides meaningful insights into your farm's data to help you improve your farm. Whether you’re a large commercial greenhouse operation, a small farm, or somewhere in between, Cityblooms technology works for you.
Logic Where You Need It
Cityblooms has developed a range of devices to control and integrate critical farm systems such as nutrient delivery, irrigation, and climate control via a single mobile application. Most importantly, we understand that when networks fail, as they inevitably do, every device must have the ability to operate autonomously to keep critical systems running smoothly.
Connect to Other Devices
The Cityblooms platform is open and connects to the widest variety of third party devices to help you get the most out of new or legacy technology deployments. We don’t believe that one solution fits all, but rather that each growing operation is different and has unique needs. Our platform creates the flexibility that farmers have been asking for. We have been listening.
Efficiency Begins With Organization
Whether managing production schedules, executing “paper-free” regulatory audits, or scheduling equipment maintenance and labor tasks, farmers need simple tools to stay organized. The Cityblooms Cloud Dashboard, developed through years of real-world use, helps farmers achieve greater operational efficiency. Directly contributing to the bottom line.
Nick Halmos, Founder and CEO of Cityblooms, was named Innovator of the Year at the 8th Annual NEXTties Award ceremony by a local Santa Cruz group who honors those who inspire the community to reach further and higher. Read more on cityfarmer.info.Read More
Our CEO, Nick Halmos, was recently recognized for his work to fight food insecurity. Halmos, 37, lives in Santa Cruz, Calif., and is CEO and founder of Cityblooms, a company that uses technology to provide intelligent automated agriculture in urban environments. Read more about Nick here.Read More
Fresh from the most recent edition of Bravo Magazine we’re proud to share just how well Cityblooms relationship with Plantronics and Bon Appétit has blossomed. “Since 2014, Plantronics associates have enjoyed the ultimate in fresh produce from a hydroponic microfarm installed by Cityblooms. The automated mini greenhouses (a.k.a. “grow- bots”) are powered by solar energy, virtually eliminate the […]Read More