CTIA Co., Ltd CTIA exhibited at Kyoto Smart Agricultural Festival 2019
CTIA Co., Ltd
CTIA exhibits at Kyoto Smart Agricultural Festival 2019
Realize traceability of agricultural products and optimization of farming workflow with agriculture × TaaS
CTIA (head office: Singapore; CEO: Mitsuru Tezuka), which provides blockchain-based business solutions, services and systems, will be held on November 15 and 16, 2019 in Kameoka City, Kyoto. We exhibited at “Kyoto Smart Agricultural Festival 2019”.
“Kyoto Smart Agricultural Festival 2019” is a matching event that introduces producers with smart technologies using ICT and robots for the purpose of improving the management of agriculture, forestry and fisheries and maintaining the village function. This event, which began last year, is co-sponsored by Kyoto Prefecture, the Kyoto Agricultural Council, and the Kinki Agricultural Administration Bureau.
Exhibited by various companies that promote ICT in agriculture About 50 companies in Japan participated in this event, and many ICT solutions that took into account the problems and needs of farmers, such as a system that uses advanced technologies such as artificial intelligence AI and cloud to develop agricultural production, were exhibited. It was. At the demonstration corner, the RPA * such as the robot tractor and drone is actually operated to demonstrate the performance to farmers who are farmers. There was a system to digitize farm management.
* RPA (Robotic Process Automation): Business automation by robots. This refers to efforts to automate or improve the efficiency of human tasks using robots that incorporate cognitive technologies.
Optimize farming workflow using TaaS
CTIA also gave a presentation on its production management system “Traceability as a Service” (TaaS) on the special stage of the venue. In the agriculture and forestry industry, crop production is disguised and products are replaced in the distribution channel, and the outflow of brand varieties has become a serious problem. By introducing TaaS to this problem, sales after crops are produced are sold. We believe that the workflow up to this point can be centrally managed, which can be used to prevent forgery and to prove the variety.
After the speech, event participants engaged in agriculture and forestry who visited the CTIA booth commented that “TaaS is likely to be a revolutionary system for the industry where production area disguise prevails” and “ Opinions such as “I feel the possibility of traceability that can trace information until it reaches”.
CTIA is currently working to introduce a TaaS system with tea leaf manufacturers and food development ventures that use cricket powder.
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