ANKAFAR CASE STUDY
Spectbee preferred T-Led in Ankafar Tissue Culture production.
Developing innovative agricultural practices with biotechnology, Ankafar benefited from Spectbee lighting solutions in its Tissue Culture studies. Thanks to the advanced radiometric and photometric tests, Ankafar grows efficient and high standard products with the specific type and level of light required by the product grown and the light systems specially designed for the application area.
As spectbee, we will take our place in the fair while the Turkish agriculture sector, which has the second largest greenhouse industry in Europe and the fourth largest in the world, brings national and international sector professionals together at Anfaş Exhibition Center in its 20th year. We invite you to our booth to examine our product and system solutions more closely.
As SPECTBEE, we started the design and production process of the first container type production station for commercial and scientific aquaculture in August 2020. EBB and NFT-based cultivation will be possible by establishing a fully autonomous system within the 40' HC container structure, which was developed as a high-tech modern cultivation platform. The developed container system is planned to start production as of November 2020. Stay tuned for the story of the transformation of a scrap 40 container structure into a modern farming platform.
IPM ESSEN 2020
While the IPM fair, one of the world's leading fairs in agriculture, was held in Essen, Germany, we took our place in the organization in 2020 for the first time as Spectbee. At the fair, we exhibited our armature groups and system solutions, which we started mass production as of 2019.
SPECTBEE R&D FACILITY
In line with our R&D projects supported by national research funds, our pilot production facility, which we established to determine the performance tests and aquaculture analyzes of semiconductor-based SPECTBEE solutions, has successfully completed the project process. In addition to table greens such as lettuce, basil, arugula and parsley, orchids were produced during the test process.