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Korea start-up to expand with indoor vertical farm and automatic unmanned cultivation

The Korean start-up CESeL has invested in a vertical farm, big data system, container-farm, and automation cultivating robot to become a tech-leading hub in the global. CESeL is leveraging technology innovation to drive agriculture based on AI. This includes putting software into a farming device to help the smart farm market grow and expand into new markets.

The indoor strawberry farm

Kevin Lee, the CEO of CESeL, is a former Samsung Electronics Executive. Hence, CESeL can utilize this situation where boost IT technologies, for better and easier. “To date, we have commercialized the indoor farm of the super-sized strawberry successfully and it’s about to launch. To step off on the right foot, we have done a deep dive," he said.

The AlphaBotTM (Automated Cultivating Robot)

Starting with the indoor farm business, CESeL has the capacity to install the smart greenhouse of growing medical hemp which is in progress, and smart aquafarm platform based on AI image analysis, even more, provide the Conveyor CultureTM Platform with the ability to realize saving space, energy, and labor. The smart greenhouse provides a controlled environment customized to the crops that need to be cultivated inside. CESeL enables the smart greenhouse to bring together conventional agricultural systems and new IoT technologies to carry out complete control and automation. Besides, the Conveyor CultureTM Platform is a true concept of ‘Plant Factory’ with uniform and non-seasonal production of fresh crops and fodder. CESeL is pursuing integration into various agricultural fields through IT technology.  

Conveyor CultureTM Platform           

Kevin Lee said, “I have no doubt that these technologies are basically going to change the way that we used to doing things and we have to figure out what to do anew.”

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