Lightweight, adaptable and flexible frames, on which we graft the vegetable cover
Our grid structures are made of composite material. With mechanical strength identical to steel, our grids are four times lighter and are longer-life materials (no corrosion and poor weather conditions).
Shaper of the city’s identity
Modular and reversible, our structure can be laid for covering public spaces or fixed on roofs. The innovative structural typologies used are optimal in terms of mechanical performances and offer a ratio quantities of material / shading surface unrivalled.
It is possible to connect several structures together to increase the surfaces to cover.
for a vegetated canopy vector of oasis of freshness
Islands of freshness and biodiversity
This process is enabled by the layer of climbing plants lining our structures, promoting freshness by shading and evapotranspiration, contributing to the health and quality of life of the inhabitants.
CO2 capture and storage
The carbon capture and storage in plants is permitted through of photosynthesis mechanism. This makes it possible to limit greenhouse gas emissions, which are very present in urban areas.
Green structures reduce the risk of flooding. They retain rainwater and evacuate it by evapotranspiration. They ensure better drainage of rainwater and reduced runoff.
THE SENSOPEE ® SYSTEM
For an autonomous and connected watering system
A connected and autonomous pot
The Sensopee® system we developed, for the vegetable part, allows our canopy to be totally autonomous for its water and electricity part.
Autonomous watering system
Our system includes a pot containing a specific substrate and a water storage, combined with connected sensors. This allowed us to develop and implement an irrigation algorithm with distance monitoring.
Monitoring and evaluation of the biodiversity
Thanks to the data collected by the sensors, maintenance is greatly reduced and the system permit to transmit evaluable data back to a central point : temperature, hygrometry, diverse particles, presence of the biodiversity (fauna and flora).