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Vietnamese-made Smart Insect-monitoring System Exported to Japan

by Xun Tian
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The smart insect monitoring system won the silver Make in Vietnam prize in the category Excellent Digital Product in 2021. It was designed and manufactured by RYNAN Technologies Vietnam.

The product uses an AI (artificial intelligence) algorithm to identify the number, density and types of insects, and gives results on a visual chart.

The Make in Vietnam technological product clearly shows the balance between harmful pests and beneficial natural enemies, thereby giving farmers a quick overview of the balance of the ecosystem. 

Based on the information, the system gives warnings and predictions about the insect situation on fields so that farmers can choose methods for treatment through the central management software SaaS (Software as a Service).

With the smart inspect monitoring system, farmers can view information and data on smartphones, without having to go to fields looking for insects on every leaf, or trapping insects and counting the number of insects in the traditional way.

With the Ryan Mekong app, farmers anywhere at any time can keep watch over the status in the fields and the history of the insects. The system can help state management agencies collect data, give reports and warnings, and make predictions with high accuracy through the central administration software.

Ho Thi Ngoc Giau, assistant to president of RYNAN Technologies, said the smart insect monitoring system is part of the digital transformation ecosystem in agriculture of the company. 

Giau said the aim of RYNAN Technologies is sustainable green smart agriculture that can adapt to climate change. In order to do this, RYNAN Technologies has built an ecosystem of digital products using modern technologies such as AI, IoT and blockchain.

After two Make in Vietnam award seasons in 2021 and 2022, RYNAN Technologies noted that Make in Vietnam is much more than an award. It honors and recognizes Vietnamese intelligence and creativity.

The organizing board of Make in Vietnam awards helps enterprises attend events on demand-supply connections, thus allowing tech firms to seek clients.

After winning the Make in Vietnam award, the smart insect monitoring system was applied in 13 cities and provinces.

In 2023, the Japanese agriculture ministry has allowed the import of the system to monitor and predict epidemics on plants. The company plans to export 50 systems this year. The figure is expected to be higher in 2024.

Source: Vietnam Net

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