Smart Biotic Pump

The Smart Biotic Pump, as a Sustainable Terraforming Methodology, represents a genuine social, economic, and environmental restart for specific large territories suffering from droughts. Improved / altered climatic conditions will make local self-sufficiency with water, food, and energy possible.

Our vision

Work Process

  • 01

    Interdisciplinary R&D

    We interconnect many fields of research and experimental development through a holistic view.

  • 02

    Knowledge transfer

    We promote the fair-trade principle of transferring knowledge from research to practice.

  • 03

    Consumer demand

    We come to our partners with an open mind and heart. We respect their needs. We look for solutions with great empathy.

  • 04


    We use local economic, natural and social sources as much as possible for our solutions. We work as advisors, designers, project managers, or supervisors during the implementation phase.

  • 05


    We create solutions which apply the latest knowledge and high-tech quality for long term sustainability.

Our Team and associates from many countries

International team consists of specialists from various fields of research and many countries around the world. All our members are organised in the World Smart Biotic Pump Platform.

Hynek Gloser

R&D urban planner


Foreign participants at the Summit Prague 2018


Our vision

Future Fujairah

United Arab Emirates

Green Arava Valley


Our solution
of the Smart Biotic Pump

Holonic systems

The holistic solution comprises a lot of elements. Each element has got specific inputs and outputs. By its inputs and outputs, each element may affect other elements and their behaviour, inputs and outputs may affect it back. There may be links or relationships among any elements. Each element may be perceived as an agent. All agents are regulated in a multi-indicator and multi-agent system controlled with the aid of artificial intelligence.

Sea water

We use sea water for increasing air humidity. We build seawater corridors leading into inland and build high-capacity reservoirs in the mountains. These water corridors transfer seawater to inland. The seawater is used for desalination plants, transportation and sport. The reservoirs are used as a big electric accumulator.


We need a lot of energy for pumping seawater from sea to the reservoirs and for urban and rural structures. We prefer using solely renewable resources of energy which is why we design only photovoltaic and wind power plants for electricity. We plan higher integration of electricity these resources to Smart Grid. All systems are regulated especially thank to Pumped storage hydroelectric power plants.

Fresh water

Fresh water is produced in desalination plants. These plants are located at the foot of each dam and use the hydraulic pressure of water in the reservoir. Fresh water is transported to the places of consumption in open corridors or pipe line systems. After use all water is treated in wastewater treatment plants. The purified water is used for farming.


We continue by using a specific combination of plant species to grow a new vegetation cover of the landscape. This approach is possible thanks to a sufficient freshwater and substrate production. Expanding vegetation provides shadow, humidity and creates a new microclimate.

Restart of biotic pump

The natural biotic pump is restarted again. The vegetation , especially forests, attracts air humidity and clouds. It rains again. The technical and natural solutions works together and create self-sufficiency with fresh water, food and energy.


News from the future UN 2050

Another success in the struggle for water. The Dead Sea depth has been stabilized. The water corridor carries a billion cubic meters per year from the Red Sea. The entire Arava valley is full of vegetation. More than two million people live and work there. The population mostly works in agriculture in hydroponic farms. The valley has ample greenery, water and renewable energy.

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Main Email : Anna.Drozdova@cvut.cz