The global population recently surpassed 7 billion and is projected to reach 9.6 billion by 2050. As a result, food demand will need to increase by 70% to ensure a sufficient supply of food. The global food paradigm is losing its strength as it falls victim to the consequences of climate change, increasing drought frequency and severity, soil depletion and disease, and water pollution. Securing a safe and sustainable farming method that overcomes these risks is a challenge on a global scale. A sustainable alternative must be found to traditional soil farming which is unsustainable as food demand grows. Soil farming is highly inefficient with respect to water with around 250 billion m3 wasted in Europe annually. Soilless growing systems provide this solution as they are modular and flexible, enabling the growth of a wide range of crops to be grown year round. The overall objectives of the project are to elongate the hydrosac and upgrade to house IoT enabled sensors to maintain optimum growing conditions. Phytoponics will develop a software for easy monitoring of growth protocols and data analysis. 1500m of hydrosac will be produced and validated through end user trials in greenhouses.