ATIA – Advance Technologies Innovative Alliance Sdn Bhd


Below would be list of ATIA projects that currently we are engaged in. Do check out and get to know more about us!


Blockchain system, Versa Blockchain, that is being designed from ground up to care for the Enterprise needs. The platform for the Enterprise features is as follows. Integration – how to make blockchain services accessible from any device.Consensus- how to ensure only certain allowable blockchain nodes can make decision on the consensus for the next block formation.Permission based – how to ensure that data stored on the blockchain are truly pseudonymous yet allows content owner to allow view of records to select group of peSecurity – how to ensure the system is secure from the ground up, at the architecture level. Versa can service 5,000 transactions in any given second, and it allows up to 1/3 of the nodes being faulty, with a minimum of 4 nodes. Blockchain without integration to external devices are hard to imagine. Here AGUM make external devices as the first-class citizen on Versa Blockchain through the use of JavaScript API and RPC for micro-services for directly interconnect to the blockchain. Smart Contract is built directly into the blockchain and can be upgraded, or removed via runtime configuration. This allows for service to be attached, or detached to the blockchain without impacting the users and operations in general.


According to a new market research report by BIS Research, the global aquaponics & hydroponics systems and equipment market is expected to reach $1.98 billion by 2022. Compared to traditional agricultural and aquaculture practices, aquaponics and hydroponics systems help enhance productivity with minimum inputs.

The productivity from both aquaponics and hydroponics farming can be achieved in approximately 10% of the land area and 5% of the water volume required for crop production. These techniques support crop production all year round when practiced in a controlled environment. This ultimately assists farmers in having greater control over production and the ability to increase yields with more flexibility during adverse climatic conditions.

The plants can be cultivated with water (hydroponic technique), and the same water can be used for aquaponics (fish farming technique). Another technique is aeroponics, which includes the growing of plants by spraying the roots with a nutrient-rich water solution, which is still a nascent technology.

Shrimp are in high demand globally, but 90 percent of those distributed worldwide are farmed, and shrimp cultivation presents a host of critical issues, which include slow growth and high mortality. An innovative shrimp farming system is needed to produce shrimp with high density, without any chemical/antibiotics or hormonal treatments, minimal water usage and organic waste products.

An indoor shrimp farming system, which allows the entire life cycle in completely clean and controlled conditions free from disease and treatment(no antibiotics or hormones). This high-density culture using fast growing, pathogen-free shrimp will lead to high yields to marketable size in about 100 days.This project aims to use latest innovative indoor shrimp farming system, with low environmental impact, yet doubles the productivity of traditional methods while still achieving the desired taste and quality.


ATIA is in cooperation with prominent robot development companies and agencies both local and abroad to establish a innovative Robotics centre. Robots are used in many facets of the modern-day working environment. One area that has caught the imagination are autonomous agricultural robots. These robots are primarily deployed at the harvesting stage. Some of the others sectors gaining traction include cloud seeding, weed control, seeds planting, soil analysis as well as environment monitoring. In addition, ATIA also plans to penetrate the Edutainment, Health Care, SME & Manufacturing and Oil & Gas.

Smart Farming represents the application of modern Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) into  agriculture, leading to what can be called a Third Green Revolution. According to a new market intelligence report by BIS Research, the global smart farming market is expected to reach $23.14 billion by 2022, rising at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 19.3% from 2017 to 2022. The market growth is primarily attributed to the increasing demand for higher crop yield, the growing penetration of information and communication technology (ICT) in farming, and the increasing need for climate-smart agriculture. In the coming years, smart farming is projected to create a massive impact on the agricultural economy by bridging the gap between small and large-scale businesses. The trend is not only pertinent in developed countries but developing countries have also realized its immense importance as well. Wide-scale deployments of smartphones and internet of things (IoT) systems have led to a rapid adoption of precision agriculture solutions. The governments of several countries have also realized the need for, and the advantages of these technologies, and thus, their initiatives to promote precision farming techniques are expected to drive the growth of the market further. However, such revolutionary changes in farming practices not only come with opportunities but also certain challenges which prove to be a restraint in the growth of the market. The awareness and knowledge about newer agriculture technology are yet to spread extensively, especially in emerging countries.

  • To obtain visibility in the Malaysian market and attract business partners & investments.
  • To showcase the adoption of ICT advancement in the agriculture industry.
  • To create or reinforce the visibility and raise awareness and interest about the Smart Farming Industry.
  • To identify new potential customers or strengthen relations with the existing ones.
  • To establish backward and forward business linkages.
  • To develop the relationship network.
  • To exhibit 100 technologies from Korea.
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The aim of this expo is to revolutionise 21st century farmers by exposing and educating them about the latest innovative technologies in smart farming using GPS, soil scanning, data management, Internet of Things etc. This event will take place in March 2019. The main objective of this expo is to address the inevitable need of sustainable agriculture to meet society’s food and textile needs in the present without compromising the ability of future generation to meet their own needs. Do visit our website to know about the exhibiton event that is coming up soon!