Greenopia is an intelligent personal gardening assistant designed for busy people. The smart pots have sensors that detect exactly what is the status of your plant – has it got enough water, sunlight; is the soil too acidic. Based on this real-time data, the Greenopia mobile app offers you suggestions about what you should do to keep your plants healthy. The mobile app is designed to give proactive information about the specific needs of your plant throughout its life cycle. It also provides a platform where you can connect with other users in the Greenopia community to share and learn from their experiences. All this makes Greenopia a one-stop-ecosystem for all your growing need.

This project was a self-initiated out of classroom project and consisted a team of four designers from NID of Devyani Jain, Mani Hk,  Veethika Mishra and Mayukhini.

This project is a fully setup company since June 2015 (co-founded by Mani and Mayukhini) at

Recognition: Won the first prize at MTS INNOVATSII Indo-Russia Innovation Design Challenge 2015. Went to Moscow on a fully sponsored trip to recieve the award. Project realized with the successful Crowdfunding Campaign on Wishberry.In


How does the Smart Pot actually help the User to grow plants?
How does the Smart Pot actually help the User to grow plants?


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Recently featured in Pool Magazine Issue 63, November 2015. Click on the image to go the magazine link.


1. Prof. MP Ranjan, Design Thinker, Ahmedabad University.
2. Prof. Rakesh Basant, IIM-Ahmedabad
3. Mr.Jai Sharda, IIM-Alumni and an independent finance advisor
4. Mr.Saravanan Natarajan, Chief Architect-Experiential Design, GroupM Ltd.


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