SmartCleanGarden Concept is a collaboration work among an international network of Universities, Research teams and specialized SMEs on interdisciplinary programs (Ecohydrology, Biochemistry of soils, Agrosystems, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Internet of Things, etc.).

It is an open-source project and our core ambition is to empower people and organizations ready to change the world by sharing an integrated framework of solutions and techniques.

The team is currently monitoring SCG prototypes in multiple campuses. We are always interested by the opportunity to install more prototypes across the world. If you are eager to install a prototype in your campus, feel free to reach out to us. All contributions are welcome to build a sustainable future.

Orange D (1), Gérino M (2), Stinckwich S (3), Ghamri Y (4), Molle P (5), Gérard F (1), Tang TC (6), Coly A (7), Sall SN (7), Dembélé J-M (8), Diop M (8), Cambier C (9), Torrens A (10)

1) Eco&Sols, Univ Montpellier, IRD, CIRAD, INRA, SupAgro Montpellier ; (2) ECOLAB, Univ Toulouse, Toulouse; (3) UMMISCO, Univ Paris-Sorbonne, IRD, USTH, UCAD, UGB, Yaoundé (Cameroun) ; (4) L3i, Univ La Rochelle, La Rochelle ; (5) IRSTEA, Lyon ; (6) Vietnam University of Sciences, Hanoi (Vietnam) ; (7) Faculté de Géographie, UGB, Saint-Louis (Sénégal) ; (8) UFR Sciences Appliquées et Technologies, UGB, Saint-Louis (Sénégal); (9) UMMISCO, Univ Paris-Sorbonne, IRD, USTH, UCAD, UGB, Dakar (Sénégal) ; (10) UB, Univ. Barcelona (Spain)

The demand for water has outpaced population growth, and half the world’s population is already experiencing severe water scarcity at least one month a year.

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