Agricultural program by the organizer
Agricultural program by the organizer to commemorate the first time the exhibition is being held in November, the harvest season of autumn
The Kawasaki Smart Agri-Corner: Shaping the Future
Exhibition of solutions for agricultural issues with AI, IoT, robots and other cutting-edge technologies
Routrek Networks, Inc.AI Fertigation Robot "ZeRo.agri"
Routrek Networks will be exhibiting ZeRo.agri, an irrigation and fertigation robot that uses AI to automate watering and fertilization in greenhouses. ZeRo.agri automatically calculates and delivers the optimal amount of water needed in accordance with crop conditions based on information from sensors. This is not technology for large scale producers, like the Dutch, rather it is smart farming technology that can be used by family-run SMEs in Japan and Asia. ZeRo.agri is helping to make farm labor more efficient, stabilize quality yields and pass down farming techniques. Currently, 170 robots are in operation throughout Japan.
FUJITSU LIMITEDFood and Agricultural Cloud Akisai / Greenhouse horticulture service / Akisai Kireiyasai (Clean Vegetables)
Fujitsu offers the Food and Agriculture Cloud Akisai as a service that links distributors, regions and consumers through the value chain based on the use of ICT for rich food in the future. At this Smart Agri-Corner, we will be showcasing our "Greenhouse Horticulture System" that connects greenhouses to the cloud and allows users to monitor and remotely control the environment of a greenhouse anytime and anywhere from a computer, smartphone or tablet. We will also be introducing Akisai Kireiyasai (Clean Vegetables), high value-added vegetables, such as low-potassium lettuce that is grown in a completely sealed plant growth facility using a clean room.
SHOWA DENKO K.K.LED Plant Growth Facilities
As a total chemical manufacturer, Showa Denko develops and sells plant growth facilities that integrate various technologies. Showa Denko's plant growth factories are characterized by high-speed cultivation using red and blue LED lights with the company's original growth technology called the "Shigyo™ Method". We are conducting research on cultivation based on this method at a laboratory in the Okawa area of our Kawasaki Plant. At this exhibition, we will introduce cultivation technologies based on the Shigyo™ Method and an LED plant growth facility that is putting the Shigyo™ Method for Cultivation into actual practice, as well as vegetables grown using this method. Please stop by.
Kawasaki Local Marché
Sales of vegetables and fruits from the stock of fresh, safe and reliable produce grown in Kawasaki