Expert system that measures humidity, pressure, temperature, and CO2 and manages air conditioning devices in the wine cellar, without the physical presence of the winemaker.

System architecture
UX/UI design
Website development
User testing

What is Wineyard?

Wineyard is an application for monitoring conditions in wine cellars. It enables winemakers to track and analyze data on humidity, pressure, temperature, and CO2, as well as manage climate control devices in the wine cellar, without the winemaker's physical presence, to achieve optimal quality and efficiency.


Solution for every wine cellar

Through Wineyard application, the basic technological assumptions and guidelines have been achieved, providing the foundation for the development of innovative IT solutions aimed at improving production processes in controlled conditions.

The uniqueness of Wineyard in relation to similar products

Wineyard offers online access and data analysis capabilities, as well as remote control features that allow users to monitor and regulate conditions in the wine cellar without physical presence. Users can access the online service through mobile devices or computers and view real-time data collected from sensors.

System innovation

Based on the collected data and defined relationships between individual data points, the expert system will be able to generate recommendations and/or take corrective actions with the aim of creating optimal conditions in various stages of wine production in the wine cellar.

Storage of parameters and obtained results

One of the main features is the storage of parameters and obtained results in the cloud, as well as the creation of artificial knowledge for "novice" winemakers, where the system will be able to generate immediate results based on the input parameters. This allows a novice winemaker to manipulate input parameters according to the desired outcome.

Device networking

If a winemaker decides to buy two or more devices, it is possible to network and manage them through the same user interface. In the event of a sensor failure, the smart service has the ability to detect a fault based on previous measurements.