LML Systems seamlessly integrates indoor farming into its last-mile logistics network. Automated units, positioned across the city, are accessible for both private and public use through ownership or a rental system.
LML Systems integrates different use cases across its last-mile logistics network to serve its users. The main one is warehouse and parcel distribution, but if needed, other services such as indoor farming and recycling can be added to the network. Thanks to this flexibility, LML Systems can adapt to the needs of each city.
The indoor farming network leverages the available space in the city to host its units, with some of these spaces located in parks, car parks, and buildings. It has dedicated units and robots to keep each use case of the LML network separated and structured. These indoor farming facilities are available for rent, allowing users to either have self-service access to fresh produce or to generate a business from it.