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New AI-Powered Shrimp Box Technology Housed in Traditional Cargo Containers Offers a Sustainable, Profitable and Globally Scalable Source of Protein

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Atarraya’s ‘plug and play’ shrimp farming technology delivers up to ten times the ROI of traditional poultry and pig farming, opening up new opportunities for farmers, even in inland, densely populated cities.

Indianapolis When Mexico City, August 15, 2022 /PR Newswire/ — Atraliya,Author shrimp box, the first sustainable “plug and play” shrimp farming technology and the aquaculture equivalent of agriculture’s vertical farming, today announced its launch in the United States. Housed in conventional freight containers that can be placed anywhere, even in inland urban areas, shrimp box farms can be moved or scaled up according to production needs. Shrimpbox’s AI-powered automated system remotely monitors water quality, adjusts temperature and oxygenation, and feeds shrimp. Shrimpbox delivers his ROI up to 10x that of poultry and pig farming, offering farmers a viable new revenue stream that overcomes many challenges associated with traditional farming, including cost and environmental impact. To do. Watch a short video of Atarraya’s Shrimpbox technology here.

“We have been working diligently to bring Shrimpbox to market over the past decade and are now ready to start rolling it out at industry scale. Daniel Rusek, CEO and founder of Atarraya. “Our proprietary technology reduces the environmental impact and cost of traditional shrimp farming and trawl fishing.This allows us to bring fresh, sustainable local shrimp farms to any location in the world as a vertical farm. You can set it up and generate nearly 10 times the return on your investment in a farmer.”

Shrimpbox integrates the best biotechnology, software and hardware to sustainably produce fresh shrimp.

  • Biotechnology: Shrimpbox utilizes bio-floc technology that emulates how shrimp grow in the ocean. Biofloc nourishes the microbial ecosystem and provides a protected environment for the shrimp to mature. Drainage requirements are minimized. The Bio-Flock system eliminates the risk of disease and the need for antibiotics and other harmful chemicals, creating better genetics that enable the shrimp farming industry to become a vertical aquaculture farm.
  • software: Allows remote management of production units without the need for specialized personnel. Map all relevant workflows to handle data complexity. The software also enables network consistency and remote control, facilitating training and execution of agricultural tasks and operations.
  • Engineering and automation: Designed to ensure consistent production and economic viability, even in countries with high labor costs. Enables faster response times, tighter control, and minimizes labor costs. Automated systems allow you to remotely monitor water quality, adjust temperature and oxygenation, and feed shrimp. With AI-powered plug-and-play technology, anyone can become a shrimp farmer, even those with no farming or aquaculture experience.

The first shrimp box prototype assembled in the coastal community of Guapinol Oaxaca, Mexico, is already operational. A shrimpbox farm for training and demonstration Indiana IEDC (Indiana Economic Development Corporation).

Shrimp sales volume 275~ 415m pounds over the last five years. Unfortunately, the staggering demand for shrimp has a downside. Environmental impact and labor issues. Shrimp trawl fishing in the ocean degrades or destroys the delicate sea bed that takes years to recover.Existing shrimp farms need ample water in cities 500K and often pollute groundwaterWorking conditions for shrimpers in many countries are MiserableAtraya transforms the outdated production and business model of shrimp farming with environmental balance in mind, while providing consumers with consistent access to sustainable, locally grown and fresh shrimp.

Atlaya recently $3.9 million Series A Funding Round at Post-Series A Evaluation $41 millionThe Series A funding will be Jeffrey Halling other angel investors, including Mark K. Gormley, Jeffrey Kalish, Robert StavisWhen Robert GoodmanAtarraya’s total funding to date is $10 millionAtarraya will use the new funding to expand its proprietary Shrimpbox technology globally and open its US headquarters Indianapolis.

“Atraya has found a way to grow animal protein in a natural, scalable and sustainable way. Gabriel Tolczynski, an investor in Atlaya. “The science, engineering and technology developed by Atlaya to grow shrimp in shrimp boxes close to population centers and away from the ocean is potentially revolutionary. are good and produce the shrimp that consumers crave, and shrimp sales near big cities also mean that consumers have access to fresh, unfrozen shrimp.

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About Atlaya

Atraya is on a mission to make shrimp the sustainable protein of the 21st century. Proprietary to Atarraya with AI, his Shrimpbox is a true ‘plug and play’ sustainable shrimp farm, using the most advanced biotechnology, software and hardware available to bring aquaculture to life. transform. Atarraya’s Shrimpbox technology has been developed over the last decade by a team.engineers, biologists and developers of Mexico, Norway, Brazil, Argentina When PolandAtarraya’s property includes sustainable aquaculture with 10 years of experience in shrimp farming utilizing bio-flocking technology that minimizes water use and eliminates the need for antibiotics and harmful chemicals. Includes Maricultura Vigas, an aquaculture production company.

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