Shrimp-farming data made easy: Interview with JALA’s CEO Liris Maduningtyas


Indonesian agritech startup JALA managed to overcome the hurdles caused by lack of experience after participating in accelerator programs. It is now taking the next steps to better products

Shrimp farming is complicated business. The farmers need to carefully maintain the water quality in their pools to minimize shrimp deaths and maintain efficiency, but most current monitoring tools can be expensive and provide only raw data. Without extensive knowledge or expert help, shrimp farmers cannot make sense of that data.Yogyakarta-based startup JALA has answered the call to develop sensors for shrimp farms. Their internet-connected sensor measures multiple parameters simultaneously and uploads them into cloud storage. From there, the data is processed and displayed on an online dashbo...
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