“Island Innovation Demo Day Japan – Agriculture and Aquaculture” co-sponsored by the Consulate General of Japan in Honolulu
Consulate General of Japan in Honolulu, MajiConnection, and engawa KYOTO (Dentsu Inc.) will host "Island Innovation Demo Day Japan -Agricultural and Aquaculture". This event is a continuation of our series "Island Innovation Demo Day from Japan " - a showcase of Japanese startups solving "Island Problems" with innovation and creativity. This time, we are going to focus on "Agriculture and Aquaculture" industries that could help to solve "Island Problems" such as the lack of human resources on farms, low food self-sufficiency, low tech adaption, and environmental problems in those two fields.
We hope, through this event, local entrepreneurs and businesses are encouraged to obtain a variety of perspectives for strategic application in their respective communities. It will also provide opportunities for networking and allow Hawaii-based business owners to seek potential partnerships with Japanese entrepreneurs to benefit from their technology solutions and knowledge.
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AGRIST: This startup has developed an AI-based automatic harvesting robot for agricultural products in order to solve the problems of labor shortage and aging population in the agricultural business. Their mission is to "solve agricultural issues with technology.
Regional Fish: This startup has “ultra-fast breeding” technology, which uses "deletion genome editing". This tech breaks the DNA of fish to cause a natural mutation to increase its natural resilience and nutrition. It is also researching the next generation aquaculture system combined with smart land-based aquaculture. This startup is working to solve food problems such as the "protein crisis" and the declining fishery industry in Japan.
Vegetalia : Vegetalia is a startup that uses agricultural sensor networks to help farmers or agricultural businesses to design an efficient agricultural system with consulting services. They help farmers install camera systems to remotely monitor their fields, measure, record, and transmit data such as water level, water temperature, ambient temperature, and humidity in the fields, with dedicated smartphone and tablet applications to check the data.
Tenchijin: Tenchijin, Inc. is a startup company that utilizes big data captured in space to revolutionize land assessment and provide a fuller evaluation of land. They develop business solutions using high-precision, high-resolution earth observation satellite data and a proprietary land evaluation engine.
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