Micasa’s focus working with agricultural clients are currently on the improvement of energy and water infrastructure and management thereof. We have developed (and are continuously developing) software that assists agricultural managers to manage electrical loads, such as pumps, in a way to optimize their solar production. We follow a Smart approach when creating solutions with the aim of sustainability, keeping financial feasibility and our client’s ultimate goals in mind. Our model includes financial planning through which projects can be broken into phases working inside our client’s cash flow restrictions. Our solutions for agricultural client are tailormade for each business / farm, as the farming activities and usage patterns are unique to each business. Our agricultural clients are therefore presented with a complete sustainable solution, of which security, safety and comfort can be part of. As we follow a holistic approach and these projects from time to time do require skills of specialized suppliers (where our standard product offerings fall short), we sub-contract businesses or people based on project requirements and skills. We are not bound by the size of a project as we have relationship with various suppliers and partners. The nature of the project will determine our approach. Micasa manages the full process from site audit to commissioning and monitoring of the solutions. Agri-Smart is a true turnkey / project management service – your direct line of communications is through Micasa from start to end and during after service.


1. Survey and Audit;
2. Measure and monitor continuous;
3. Analyze;
4. Consulting & advising - Identify key challenges in current infrastructure;
5. Strategy and solution for a sustainable future;
6. Financial feasibility assessment and reporting;
7. Implementation – project management and construction;
8. Commissioning and monitoring;
9. Management and maintenance;


During the analyzing phase our aim is to understand the dynamics of the farming activities and the integration with key resources, we consider the following during this process:

• Current water and energy tariffs and alternatives;
• Usage profiles and patterns – room for change?
• Reduction of peak and the effect;
• Amending management structures and the effect;
• Effect of storage - peak;
• The effect of alternative supplies;
• Interventions and the effect;
• Adding efficiency measures and the effect;
• Carbon tax benefits
• Tax benefits
• Integration into continual improvement plan;