After a year of testing, it is an honor for Plantae to renew and expand the sensors in the Royal Botanic Gardens of Madrid .

We are especially proud because the Garden is a place of investigation in all aspects related to botany.

It presents a collection of approximately 6000 living species, most of which adapt to the climate of Madrid with cold winters and very hot summers.

Species that do not acclimatize well are grown in greenhouses.

Sensores en el real Jardín Botánico de Madrid
Royal Botanic Garden of Madrid
Sensores en el real Jardín Botánico de Madrid
Botanical
Sensores en el real Jardín Botánico de Madrid
Madrid botanist
Sensores en el real Jardín Botánico de Madrid
Vines

Lines of investigation

Systems of vascular plants: «Flora Ibérica», «Flora of Equatorial Guinea» and monographs, that is, creation of written documents of specific or particular subjects and important, original and personal contribution of the subjects studied.

Evolutionary Plant Biology: using molecular genetic techniques to study the evolutionary patterns, processes and mechanisms responsible for the extraordinary richness of plant diversity.

Fungi and bryophytes : biodiversity and biology of ecological conservation.

Conservation of aquatic macrophytes and global change.

And finally a research greenhouse : plants are grown, crosses are made, their evolution is analyzed and population behavior is studied.

Royal Botanic Garden
Erigeron Speciosus
Erigeron Speciosus
Cotoneaster Horizontalis
Cotoneaster Horizontalis
Camelia dos colores
Camelia two colors
Bosai Acer Japonés-Sensores en el Real jardín Botánico
Bosai Acer Japonés
Bonsai Ishisuki
Bonsai Ishisuki
Aloe Saponaria
Aloe Saponaria
Fatsia Japónica
Fatsia Japónica
Sensores en el Real Jardín Botánico de Madrid
Royal Botanic Garden of Madrid
Lampranthus Inconnspicuus
Lampranthus Inconnspicuus

Objectives of the sensors in the Royal Botanic Garden

Humidity control with sensors in a research center such as the Royal Botanic Garden is essential.

Among the factors that may influence humidity control, we highlight:

  • First the plant growth.
  • Also the flowering, quantity, shape, color, size.
  • Very important fungal control.
  • In addition to controlling the amount of water needed by each type of plant.
  • To end the temperature control and influence the growth of each plant.

We thank the Royal Botanic Garden:


The confidence you have given us by placing our humidity and temperature sensors experimentally during 2018.


The extension we have now made to continue collaborating in their studies and projects.

Plantae team
Hub receiver
Sensors in test
Hub receiver
Test sensor in 2018
Sensor expansion in 2019
HUB receptor en el Real Jardín botánico de Madrid
HUB receiver in the Royal Botanic Garden of Madrid
Sensores en el Real Jardín Botánico de Madrid
Sensors in the Royal Botanic Garden of Madrid
Sensores en el Real Jardín Botánico de Madrid
Plant controlling irrigation