What We Do
Global warming associated with unsustainable agricultural practices threatens food security in subtropical countries.
Thanks to the evaporation of water in the dry winds, we create microclimates specific to the agricultural development.
This is the area of coastal areas that can be cultivated along the Red Sea and around the Arabian Peninsula with our technology.
In order to set up an ATC system, the following conditions must be met:
Presence of constant and dry winds
Relatively flat spaces over long distances
Proximity to sea water or large rivers
Globally, the total area of arable land is estimated at 150,000 km2.
Our Action Places
Making A Difference
Agricultural practices in the Arabian Peninsula will deplete the water tables within 10 years.
90% of agriculture in Egypt depends on the irrigation of the Nile while its flow will be reduced by a factor of 5 in the coming years.
Land degradation is increasing at an alarming rate, reducing the crop yields for local populations.
Thanks to ATC installations, crops such as fodder, onions, potatoes, dates and others become possible in previously unexploitable desert regions.
Current Average Conditions
New Created Conditions
Meet the Team
Fluid & Thermal Mechanics Specialist