Empowering Farmers Retailers Ecommerce
To participate in the growing demand in Asia on Ecommerce marketplaces For perishable food products in a category that is growing 15.3% annually. To source hundreds of perishable products direct from the SME farms and processors in the USA and Australia at prices 30% lower than from Distributors. To focus on their consumers and customer service Leaving the complexities of global fulfillment to us.
Our Technical Approach
AgroTrak is an End-to-End Intelligent Cold Chain Logistics Platform built on LoRa IoT, AI Image Recognition, and Blockchain. Our solution guarantees food safety farm fresh to tables all over Asia.
- LoRa IoT Sensors enable Real-time tamper-proof Cold Chain Monitoring
- Handheld Pesticide Residue Detector ensures food safety
- Smart QRs allow data aggregation from Farm to Table
- Blockchain guarantees data integrity of entire Cold Chain
The AgroTrak Blockchain Enabled ERP enables stakeholders to have guaranteed full visibility into their Cold Chain. Sensor data is uploaded to our distributed storage solution and tracked on a public blockchain at every event to ensure real-time analytics and data integrity.
Our Technology Partners
Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Robert has 16 years experience in the logistics related to perishable food products to Asia from the USA and Australia.
Joshua D. Tobkin
Co-founder & Chief Technical Officer
Joshua has had 3 successful exits in Web Applications and SaaS products. He is currently focused on the nexus of IoT and Blockchain.
Co-founder & Chief Blockchain Officer
Co-founded Blockchain Incubator and Research Lab Tech Entrepreneur with a focus on Digital Ledger Technology.
Latest Blog Posts
AgroTrak Inc. Derives its pesticide detector technologies from the Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI), a quasi Taiwan Government organization in an Open Lab arrangement where AgroTrak further develops the technology for commercialization.
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