Singapore is not particularly known for agriculture or vegetable production, and for a good reason. In land-scarce countries like Singapore, large areas being set aside for farming would simply be an inefficient use of resources. But where there is a will, there is a way. Archisen founders Sven Yeo and Vincent Wei have come up with a tech-enabled solution.

Nanyang Technological University (NTU) graduate Sven met co-founder Vincent, who was from the National University of Singapore (NUS), when they took part in Small World Group, a sustainable technology incubator, back in 2011. They hit it off and started BioMachines together, which developed off-grid sensing infrastructure with applications for smart cities and agriculture.

Later on, in 2015, they gained keen insights into the inefficiencies that the agriculture industry faced and came up with a new mission: to modernize the agriculture industry in Singapore by doing more than just providing a technology platform this time.

Together, the pair decided to design and build their own indoor farming system from scratch under a new company they built called Archisen.

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