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Ecosystems Services Agribusiness & Food Systems Water Resource Management Urban Design & Public Realm Native & Ornamental Plant Procurement Project Management Turnkey Asset Development IoT and Smart Digital Technology Strategy Value Chain Analysis Transformation Knowledge Transfer
Envatix subscribe to Ecosystem Services being the direct and indirect contributions of ecosystems to human wellbeing.
This being the case, our services offering includes not only advising on ecological and environmental factors relevant to a given location or circumstance, but the emerging fields of new urbanism and urban morphology and it can be documented and assessed by equally new and emerging AI based geospatial technologies.
Other important and very relevant uses of our partner technologies include vegetation and tree canopy cover, soil health, hydrological data and carbon management.
Envatix provide a full suite of Ecosystem Services covering EIS & ESIA studies, specific ecological studies, GIS mapping, field species studies, rewilding programs and associated R&D.
Agribusiness & Food Systems
Our dedicated business consultancy team have a wealth of knowledge and are committed to helping our clients in all types of agriculture and horticulture enterprises achieve their personal and business goals.
Envatix offer specialist strategic advice and financial management, including the preparation of feasibility & viability models, full bankable business plans, funding briefs and budgets.
Envatix have an in-depth understanding of the economics of agriculture and food production systems and are sensitive to the political, environmental and economic issues surrounding the industry.
Whether it is our full complement of strategic management services including design and project management and supervision that you require, or just budget preparation, business restructuring, or business recovery, we can guide you through the process comfortably.
Water Resource Management
The challenge today is how to balance the availability of any water supply for human consumption with the delivery and occupancy programs of new development and growing urban areas with the availability and distribution of treated waste water (TSE) for supporting introduced landscapes and the ongoing pressures on the availability and use of ground water for the major consumption of water resources similar in most countries, being agriculture.
Envatix offer highly specialised irrigation water requirements assessment and planning for both agricultural and horticultural uses as well as for greening programs and commercial and municipal irrigation systems. Climate, available water sources and quality, crop and plant species selection, soil analysis and improvements as well as plant nutrition are all agronomic services that we can provide ahead of any irrigation/water delivery system design and operations., or business recovery, we can guide you through the process comfortably.
Even more specialised is our rain enhancement and wadi management expertise where we address the subject of water management at an entirely new level of thinking and planning.
Urban Design / Public Realm
Envatix can provide a trans-disciplinary planning team to develop and manage:
Urban, public realm & placemaking design frameworks.
Specific theme studies.
Research & background study projects, and masterplan and concept briefs & guidelines.
The prime objectives of our Design Management Planning include:
Develop the landscape charter scope definition scope analysis and risk definition.
Setting project goals.
Establishing the project timeline and programme/schedule.
Establishing a schedule of values in line with budget and cashflow requirements.
Defining what is needed and allocating resources.
Further objectives include:
Constant focus on client expectations.
Improve schedule predictability.
Evaluate project delivery options and alternatives.
Improve cost predictability, increase the chances of the project meeting environmental and social goals.
Greatly reduce the probability of project failures and disasters.
Risk matrix and mitigation.
Native & Ornamental Plant Procurement
Envatix can oversee field trials and propagation of both native and adaptive plant and tree species through our circular supply chain model which goes beyond international biosecurity standards and enables both locally and internationally procured and propagated stock to be managed in such a way as to ensure the strongest possible chance of survival.
Our specialist nursery design, build and operations team have had extensive landscape and horticultural experience across the world and particularly in the Middle East, where there is a lack of a structured nursery industry and no real forestry scale capacity or capability.
Our systems engage all the sanitary and phytosanitary measures covering plant, animal and food systems and incorporates all relevant laws, decrees, regulations, requirements and procedures including, inter alia, end product criteria such as processes and production methods; testing, inspection, certification and approval procedures and required or recommended quarantine treatments.
Envatix provides independent advice with a practical, hands-on approach to integrated farm management and agronomy for all systems of agricultural, horticultural and food system production, post harvest handling, value added processing and packaging.
Our services focus on profitable and sustainable systems that follow best practice commercial principles for business, soils and the environment.
Our consultants combine local knowledge with a wide range of technical expertise covering many aspects of crop production, policy and regulation.
Envatix utilise project management fundamentals as a design management framework with project lifecycle & project process groups, checkpoints, decision gateways etc.
Managing/overseeing the design, cost planning, program & scheduling in generally controlling the project specific element requirements.
Negotiating the agreed trade-off between time, budget, resources and scope.
Managing change initiatives over time.
Managing changing stakeholder expectations.
Identifying solutions to a specific need, problem or opportunity;
Balancing task and resource decisions.
Creating a unique product and service offering.
Turnkey Asset Development
Creating Innovation through Project Development
Envatix are able to perform all aspects required to develop any production system from open field cropping through to closed system vertical farming.
We carry out the full scope of professional engineering services to complete planning, design, construction and fit-out of a wide variety of complex production engineering systems.
Our experienced team have completed projects covering egg production and packaging facilities, potato sorting and packaging, grains, seed and pulses silo storage and post-harvest loss mitigation systems, poultry, swine and cattle production systems, large scale nurseries (landscape and horticulture), and a variety of closed and open environment production systems.
Contact our team should you require any new or re-engineered services.
IoT and Smart Digital Technology
The Internet of Things, or IoT, is a system of interrelated computing devices, mechanical and digital machines, objects, animals or people that are provided with unique identifiers (UIDs) and the ability to transfer data over a network without requiring human-to-human or human-to-computer interaction.
Envatix engages with its think tank team to develop suitable digital platforms based on IoT and AI. Digital technology is constantly evolving, and its adoption is helping farmers and the agriculture industry improve sustainability, reduce environmental impact, and increase overall productivity.
Our "Ag tech" digital technology solutions encompasses a wide range of innovative tools, systems, and technologies designed to enhance and optimise various aspects of agriculture, environment and ecosystems.
Some of the key components of the agricultural digital technology solutions include:
Farm and CEA management software.
Internet of things IoT.
Production and ecosystem monitoring, remote sensing (satellite and drones).
Supply chain management, track & trace in both food production and plant-stock procurement.
Blockchain in agri-systems.
Weather stations and forecasting.
Agri-business marketing and e-commerce.
Data analytics and Artificial intelligence (AI)
Digital technology is constantly evolving and its adoption is helping ecologists, environmentalists, researchers, farmers and the agriculture/horticulture industry improve sustainability, reduce environmental impact, and increase overall productivity.
Envatix partners with a number of Academic institutions to work with post grad masters and doctorate students to develop or enhance existing digital technology innovations in combination with our “Knowledge Transfer” solutions.
The Envatix vision is to craft digital interfaces that starts with humans, enabled by data and powered by technology, all linked to nature and the environment.
Unlocking Success: Strategic Advisory Experts
Our dedicated business consultancy team have a wealth of knowledge and are committed to helping our clients achieve their personal and business goals.
We offer specialist strategic advice and financial management, including the preparation of feasibility & viability models, full bankable business plans, funding briefs and budgets.
We have an in-depth understanding of the economics of agriculture, food production systems and environomics and are sensitive to the political, environmental and economic issues surrounding the industry.
Whether it is our full compliment of strategic management services that you require, or just budget preparation, business restructuring, or business recovery, we can guide you through the process comfortably.
Our consultancy services are bespoke and tailored to individual business requirements.
Value Chain Analysis
Value Chain Analysis in the agricultural industry is a strategic management framework that helps identify and understand the various activities and processes involved in bringing agricultural products from the farm to the end consumers. It analyses the value-added at each stage of the supply chain, from production and processing to distribution and retail, to identify opportunities for efficiency improvement, cost reduction, and enhanced product quality.
The main components of the Envatix value chain analysis solutions in agriculture include:
Input suppliers: These are the providers of agricultural inputs such as seeds, fertilizers, pesticides, machinery, and technology. Value chain analysis assesses the quality, cost, and availability of these inputs, which can significantly impact the overall productivity of farming operations
Production: This stage involves the actual cultivation and harvesting of crops or raising livestock. It examines the farming practices, technology, and resources used, as well as labour and land management to determine how efficiently and effectively the agricultural products are produced.
Processing and Handling: After harvesting, agricultural products often need processing, cleaning, sorting, packaging, and transportation to maintain quality and extend shelf life. This stage analyses the methods and infrastructure used to process and handle the products.
Distribution and Logistics: The distribution stage involves transporting agricultural products from the farm or processing facility to various distribution points, including wholesalers, retailers, and consumers. Value chain analysis looks at transportation, storage, and logistics efficiency.
Marketing and Retail: This phase focuses on the marketing strategies, branding, and retailing of agricultural products to end consumers. It considers factors such as advertising, promotion, and market access.
End Consumers: Understanding consumer preferences, demands, and purchasing behaviour is crucial in assessing the value chain. Consumer feedback and market research help in aligning agricultural products with market requirements.
Envatix disaggregates this process, analysing each of these stages to identify potential areas for improvement and optimisation. It aims to answer questions such as:
Where in the value chain can efficiency be increased, costs reduced, or quality improved?
Are there opportunities for vertical integration or collaboration with other stakeholders to capture more value?
How can technology and innovation be leveraged to enhance the value chain?
What are the market dynamics and consumer preferences at each stage of the chain?
By conducting a thorough Value Chain Analysis, stakeholders in the agricultural industry can make informed decisions and implement strategies that enhance competitiveness, reduce waste, and ultimately improve the overall performance of the agricultural value chain.
Should these services be of interest to you or your organisation please do not hesitate to make contact with us.
As the Harvard Business School puts it,
"this process forces managers to consider and see each activity not just as a cost, but as a step that has to add some increment of value to the finished product or service”.
Agricultural transformation refers to a comprehensive and often multifaceted process of significant change and modernisation within the agricultural sector of a region or country.
This transformation involves various aspects, including changes in agricultural practices, technologies, policies, and the overall structure of the agricultural industry.
The primary objectives of the Envatix agricultural transformation solution are to improve the efficiency, productivity, sustainability, and competitiveness of agriculture, leading to broader economic development and food security.
Some key elements and goals of our agricultural transformation offer include:
Modernization of Farming Practices: This may involve the adoption of advanced agricultural techniques, machinery, and technologies to enhance crop and livestock production. Examples include precision agriculture, the use of genetically modified crops, and the introduction of climate-resilient farming practices.
Diversification: Encouraging farmers to diversify their agricultural activities by growing a variety of crops, raising multiple livestock species, or engaging in agroforestry. Diversification can reduce risks associated with dependence on a single crop or livestock species.
Infrastructure Development: Building and improving rural infrastructure, such as roads, irrigation systems, and storage facilities, to enhance market access and reduce post-harvest losses.
Access to Finance: Providing farmers with access to credit, insurance, and financial services to invest in their agricultural activities, purchase inputs, and manage risk.
Market Linkages: Facilitating connections between farmers and markets, including domestic and international markets, to ensure fair pricing and market access for agricultural products.
Capacity Building: Offering training and education programs to improve the knowledge and skills of farmers, extension workers, and other stakeholders in the agricultural value chain.
Policy Reforms: Implementing agricultural policies that support and promote agricultural transformation, including trade policies, land tenure reforms, and subsidies that incentivise productivity and sustainability.
Research and Innovation: Investing in agricultural research and development to develop new technologies, crop varieties, and livestock breeds that are more productive and resilient.
Environmental Sustainability: Ensuring that agricultural transformation efforts take into account environmental concerns and promote sustainable farming practices to minimise the negative impact on ecosystems.
Rural Development: Promoting the overall development of rural areas, including access to education, healthcare, and social services, to improve the livelihoods of rural populations.
Agricultural transformation is often seen as a key driver of overall economic development in many developing countries, as it can lead to increased food production, employment opportunities, and rural income growth. It is also essential for addressing global challenges such as food security, climate change adaptation, and poverty reduction. Successful agricultural transformation requires a coordinated effort involving governments, international organisations, NGOs, and the private sector.
The transfer of knowledge from research into practice is a constant requirement for our industry to develop new ways of working and thinking.
Knowledge transfer is seen by many worldwide organisations and governments as a key innovation and an area that requires more government and professional support to encourage best practice farming for air, soil and water quality.
We provide some of this innovation by carrying out farm-based training to individuals and client groups through workshops and training seminars tailored to suit each specific condition.
Envatix offers knowledge transfer project management, workshops and training to farmers, government agencies, public and private sectors companies on a wide range of best practice principles within agriculture, horticulture, landscape plant-stock procurement and natural landscape rehabilitation and remediation.
Envatix is actively involved in the develop of accreditation and vocational training programs for nursery, horticultural and landscaping services in KSA.
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