A smart device for farmers


(QNO) - MrVINA.FRAM in-pocket is the product made by Pham Cao Ky, the son of Que Son district, Quang Nam province.

Pham Cao Ky
Pham Cao Ky

Passion for creation

Pham Cao Ky was born in a famous mechanic’s family in his hometown, so he made acquaintance with mechanical tools when he was young. With great passion for mechanics, Ky made several remote control robots when he was at school and university. After graduation from university, he worked in a company specializing in machine maintenance and repair. It was not until 2009 that the ideas of producing farming tools and equipment came into his mind. However, it took him and his colleagues 8 years to put the ideas into action when his company named MrVINA was born. A year later, the first product- MrVINA.FRAM in-pocket was introduced to public. It is served for small and medium-sized farming households who own a cultivating area of 2- 15 ha. Its automatic system can work at the stage of cultivation.

Toward his hometown

MrVINA.FRAM in-pocket can help farmers standardize their farming process including irrigation, care, fertilization depending on every developing stage of plants, and anti-theft system via phone. It was voted as one of the creative products and one of 15 start-up products in 2018. MrVINA.FRAM in-pocket is working well in 7 high-tech agricultural projects in Dak Lak and Lam Dong provinces.

Mr. Ky intends to provide MrVINA.FRAM in-pocket for farmers in Quang Nam province in order to help them increase their crops productivity. It costs over VND10 million. He is also planning to export his product.