Aerobloom Mission Statement
At Aerobloom, we are on a mission to change the way that we think about our food by addressing global food security concerns, increasing production yields, and consuming less resources via the utilization of our advanced aeroponic-based technologies.
The Aerobloom Company Overview
Aerobloom intends to construct a state-of-the-art greenhouse capable of growing tomatoes and bell peppers and has already secured a fully-licensed indoor cultivation site in Long Beach, California to begin growing bell peppers and tomatoes. Simultaneously, Aerobloom will develop and implement artificial intelligence software and robotics that will allow the company to scale rapidly and produce commercial crops in even larger quantities.
Who are we?
Aerobloom is a collective of passionate technology and food nerds that have a drive for creating and implementing an umatched method of crop production by increasing yield and decreasing the amount of water required while producing top quality crops.
What do we do?
We have spent decades analyzing aeroponics systems that were originally designed by NASA back in the 80’s for use in space. This critical information mixed with our scientists allow for a unique blend of information, resources and advancements that we can apply to traditional agriculture techniques.
When did everything start?
Since NASA’s original research showing the potential advantages of aeroponics, a handful of companies have introduced commercial aeroponic systems to the market. They have been largely avoided due to reliability issues and minor yield increases over hydroponics. Those systems generally require a sterile nutrient solution and roots in order to operate without critical issues, which deprives plants of the disease and pest resistance benefits that live symbiotic microbial cultures provide.
Where are we from?
Aeroponics Integrated Systems, Inc. (“Aerobloom”), a California Corporation, is the developer and owner of proprietary aeroponics cultivation systems. AeroBloom’s founder and Chief Innovation Officer, Dale Devore, has spent over 30 years developing aeroponics technology while testing and refining each version by growing various crops including bell peppers and tomatoes. Aeroponics is a cultivation method in which plant roots are suspended in air, without entangling into a physical medium, and fed via a fine mist or fog system.
How did it happen?
Aerobloom’s unique technology came together from a variety of team members and has the capability to seriously address global food security issues caused by climate change. It can bring needed improvements to efficiency and resource conservation in large-scale agriculture. The growing systems represent a quantum leap in crop yields and efficiency from all other known cultivation systems currently available to the agriculture market.