12 million hectares of agricultural field becomes inefficient and disappear every year in the world


Adverse climatic conditions bring agriculture unavailable


According to the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), the world population will be 10 billion in 2055.


Decreasing energy resources and increasing labor costs bring standard agricultural activities impossible.

The World has lost 33 percent of its arable area in the last 40 years because of soil erosion and contamination of toxic metals. Also, food production has to be increased around 70 percent by 2035 in order to feed the growing population. Additionally, the water demand of the World has been increasing 55 percent from 2000 to 2050. On the other hand, the supply chain of the fresh foods has faced with big threads for 10 years. The reason behind this is that the fuel prices, labor cost and the shipping cost has been increasing dramatically. And during the classic fresh food supply chain process, 1.2 trillion of dollar worth fresh food is lost or wasted each year.

The nutrient solution specifically created for the plant species is pulverized to the plant roots at regular time intervals in the form 20 micron particles with the aeroponic soilless culture method. In this way, approximately 90% of water is saved.
Special LED lamps with blue, red and far-red wavelengths, which are created by mixing in different rates as specific to the plant species by OLFARM, illuminate the plants with the correct light intensity and regular periods. With the OLFARM plant growing software, the humidity, temperature, CO2 and O2 amounts within the plant growing area are continuously controlled and regulated for 24 hours, optimum cultivation conditions for plant species is provided.
The artificial intelligence-based system developed by OLFARM constantly analyzes the condition of the plants and makes the plant grow under optimum conditions by making instant agricultural interventions. Humidity, temperature and carbon dioxide-oxygen balance in the closed area are controlled with the ventilation and heating system. The amount of humidity, temperature, carbon dioxide and oxygen are continuously measured with the help of sensors inside the system, and the optimum conditions for plants are provided by the autonomous ventilation system controlled by artificial intelligence-based system.