The founders of Adaviv believe precision tools and more knowledge of our crop plants are the keys to a truly sustainable future. Adaviv’s AI-driven tools open the gates for this future. They give digital eyes on each plant to growers and data it into actionable insights for growers to prevent losses and continually improve the growth of each plant.
BioForm’s mission is to help shape a more sustainable future for everyone. Using only kelp, water and cellulose fibre, Bioform’s technology creates truly compostable bioplastics that are ideally-suited for a variety of industries. Their patented technology drives their customers to replace plastic from their operations with home compostable and recyclable products across some of the most common and useful shapes. They have thought about costs, availability and commercial scale so you can focus on the important things: Removing plastics from your operations, and helping expedite society’s transition towards sustainable materials.
MintGreen is a Vancouver based blockchain technology company with a focus on heat recovery and sustainable digital currency mining. They offer turn-key, integrated mining products and mining solutions powered by green and clean energy sources.
Portable Electric provides clean, mobile electricity from lithium ion battery banks. Portable Electric’s VOLTstack® power stations deliver reliable, instant power whenever and wherever you need it with no noise or no pollution. These quiet, easy to use, plug and play modular energy systems can be used for festivals, job sites, emergencies and more.
Tzoa started with a mission to improve planetary health and deliver clean air to all. Their product, Haven, has evolved from an indoor air quality monitor into an ecosystem that not only tracks the air, but provides actionable insights and uses your HVAC system to improve the homes air quality. Tzoa aims to develop solutions that can be retrofitted into existing homes, and to maximize the health potential of every home. To date, they achieved improvements upwards of 90% for indoor air quality in many homes and they believe they can do better.