meshek{76}; is engaged in exploration, development and optimization of autonomous and sustainable agriculture.

The core technology stems from the ideological principles of open source and the fusion of high-end original development with various shelf products.

Using AI technologies and Big Data accumulated over time, we strive to implement a wide range of
comprehensive solutions for the automation in the production processes of greenhouse farming.

Ushering the next generation in agriculture, our systems will constantly increase efficiency and improve productivity, learning how to grow food with less waste and better quality, using maximum advantage of the growing areas while minimizing the use of resources.
Our mission is to free humanity from repetitive, manual and dangerous work by transferring the responsibility for managing food production, to coordinated, accurate and self-sustaining autonomous systems.

meshek{76}; is part of NVIDIA Inception program 

for AI research and development.









Mushrooms are fast growing and highly sensitive, thus they require close monitoring and precise picking.
Performing tasks at a specified time have a dramatic effect on the quality and the growth potential of a crop. Mushrooms are grown in special rooms with controlled temperature, ventilation and humidity. 
The global increase in awareness of a healthy food has become an engine for growth in the mushroom market, which are considered a high quality meat substitute. Today, growing and picking mushrooms as a fresh product is done completely by manual labor. The sensitive nature and the current growing method are a major barrier that affects the quality of the mushroom, the yield per unit of land and the expenditure on labor


Mushrooms are very sensitive to human contact. Any human entry into the growing area reduces the quality of the mushroom and consensually its price to the consumer.

Precision in picking

A mushroom ripens within a few hours, picking it too early or too late may damage its quality. Working hours and the human factor limit the quality of the harvest or increase the labor expenses.

Crop efficiency

Imprecise timing in harvesting does not allow for a full utilization of the growth cycle potential.

Reduction of waste

Various studies following the waste of agricultural produce found that there is up to 19% of waste during harvesting of mushrooms.


In industrialized countries, the cost of employing professional mushrooms workers is about 40% of the farmer expenses.


The number of mushroom farms worldwide are constantly growing and are valued at more than 7 million square meters of growing beds.The market is growing at a rate of 9.5% and is expected to reach  60.1 $ billion by 2021.

The global increase in awareness of a healthy food has become an engine for growth in the mushroom market, which are considered a high quality meat substitute.




Autonomous Mushroom Farm 



Building a prototype in the laboratory: integrating all the systems into an experimental growing bed

Running the system according to known protocols of mushroom cultivation

Achievement target results of identifying and picking mushrooms in laboratory conditions

User Interface Development

Establishment of a large data center

Establishment of an experimental mushroom farm

Initial product  adaptation to standardization and production


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