Tomato+ was created from an idea of Daniele Rossi, a young man from Brescia of 1988. Thanks to hydraulic, electrical, and agronomic basics developed over the years, Daniele has been able to design and engage right from the start a team of young professionals who have pooled their profes-sional and cultural heritage, allowing the construction of Tomato+, which is the future from our point of view.
Led lighting technician, owner of Luxia, he works in the field LED where he studies and manufac-tures products, drivers, and intelligent systems. Prestigious brands linked to high fashion, jewellry and luxury sectors are among his customers. In the Tomato+ project, he followed the development and production of the LED lighting system and the software development that recreates the perfect light for each crop.Go to the website
Technical Manager in a company that produces salad and basil hydroponically, in particular with an NFT system (nutrient film technique) Specialized in: disease control, irrigation, preparation of nutri-ent solutions, ideal reproduction habitat for the proper growth of crops and fight against diseases through an integrated system (a combination of the limited use of chemicals and natural resources). In the Tomato+ project, he followed the development of the machine, responsible also for develop-ing the recipes and the cultures, the results and nutrient solution.
Specialized electrical technician, owner of the company B and O, manufactures electrical systems of all kinds, has collaborated with many Italian companies in the development of innovative products, such as field side Led lighting, automatic vending machines supplying milk, billboards. In the Tomato+ project, he has followed the development and production of the management board, the reading probe parameters and the electrical system.
Expert in plastics he collaborates with internationally renowned companies in the development and production of innovative products. Inventor and owner of numerous patents ranging from agriculture, moving to security up to the oil industry. In the Tomato+ project, he followed the development of the machine especially the plastic components, with particular attention to the use of non-toxic materials so as not to create problems for the crops.
Owners of the Gremizzi Sergio Farm, Italian leader in the production of vegetables in a cube, on the market since 1980, offers a wide range of horticultural plants of various sizes. The production includes all the various salads, beets, fennel and cabbage in honeycomb containers. In the Tomato+ project, he followed the development and production of the pod.