“We have reached the point where the primary focus goes to balancing and coordination,” says Roberto Hroval, the founder of the Themis Ecosystem, when asked what is currently happening with the projects.
Some time ago, the management decided to launch many projects simultaneously and thus create a ripple effect. This means the projects’ final opening date or start is conditional on the furthest activity.
While this approach might seem to slow down development initially, it has, in fact, accelerated progress by more than seven years through strategic decisions made, particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic.
One of the reasons for a very deliberate start-up time for projects is to maintain momentum. The founder says they don’t want to start a factory and wait for the next step. All projects are designed in such a way that they will be ready for scaling right from the start. The team anticipates increased interest from business partners in setting up new factories and modules, necessitating rapid deployment.
Maintaining this pace also significantly impacts the overall value of the Themis Ecosystem, which continues to grow with consistent and deliberate expansions. Consequently, the workload remains substantial, with various teams actively engaged in different projects over the clock.
A Dedicated Support Unit: Introducing AGE Lab Logistics
Currently, significant effort is dedicated to establishing the first Themis Ecosystem Biomass Ultima factory. Located in the EU, this factory specializes in converting wood biomass into green electricity.
While the electricity is pre-sold, the main challenge lies elsewhere. Specific economic conditions, geopolitical factors, and other trends have led to a shortage of capable teams. Hroval remarked, “A few years ago, no one would have expected projects to stall due to the inability to find suitable contractors for construction, capacity installation, and technical support. But this is the current reality. The issue is not selling products but setting up infrastructure and seamless expansion.”
One of the decisions made in response is launching an independent support company exclusively responsible for setting up new units and expansions. The founder stated, “We hired the best local companies with excellent references, but none could meet our development speed requirements. We ended up with the in-house international team building our factory in the EU, including experts from other continents. Given the current market conditions, we plan to retain this team for building future projects.”
He mentions that this team will also build partner projects, which will take place mainly abroad. Like all other first-run projects, the Biomass Ultima plant will also serve as a prototype or showroom unit for clients to see the technology in action. When they order the technology for themselves, this team will build a turnkey factory for them, start it up, train the staff, and carry out on-the-spot checks and servicing.
The support company will be named AGE Lab Logistics. Thanks to it, Themis Ecosystem will be able to launch new projects even faster than planned.
To achieve complete independence, the company will also have its machinery, including excavators, heavy cranes, forklifts, and other equipment. If the machines are not in use at some point, the company will lend them to the market, as there is a considerable demand for them.
Primary Focus: Launching the First Themis Ecosystem Factory
It has become an unwritten rule that when extra time is available, the team analyzes progress, assesses bottlenecks, and aligns the project more closely with current market dynamics.
According to the original plan, the Biomass Ultima factory was supposed to produce only electricity and organic carbon. After examining the situation, the team upgraded some components to make valuable wood vinegar and organic tar from waste materials. Another decision was that additional modules would be connected to the factory to produce some other products, which would be powered by excess energy. These steps were prepared to be developed a few years later but are actualized now.
One of the modules that will be launched simultaneously with the main factory is the Green Vertical Farming for producing high-quality vegetables under the John’s Organic Roots brand. The unit was built and tested in the past months and is now awaiting launch.
Later, a module for producing lab-grown diamonds under the Zeta Quantum Diamonds brand will also be added. This plant will also be powered by the excess electricity generated.
The most recent upgrade in the Biomass Ultima factory, the first Themis Ecosystem’s driver under the official title of Scientific Research Center No. 1, is the development of a unique, massive filter. It is designed to capture wood and pure carbon dust particles and mix them with water. The resulting liquid is highly sought after in agriculture for field dressing, as it accelerates crop growth. It has even earned the nickname “Red Bull for plants.”
Preparation for Launch: Timing is Key
Many activities are going on right now. In a separate location, serial production of modules for Green Vertical Farming is underway, anticipating the installation of 2,500 units in the medium term. Putting them to use will ensure long-term local food independence, with food of the highest quality.
The Asclepius8 unit, an antistress multisensory technology for natural relaxation therapies without side effects, is also finished. It is the first time ever to put such innovative technology for that purpose to practice.
The Antistress Capsule or Asclepius8 technology is a mobile multisensory therapeutic and revitalization room or Controlled Multisensory Environment (CME) for human mental and psychical recovery. The big difference between all known solutions is that this innovative technology represents all-in-one clinical sensory performance with high-end results and no side effects. It is also the first mobile unit that can be used everywhere in all weather conditions.
The European country Slovenia will have the honor to offer their citizens the first de-stress technology, completely free of charge for every user. Asclepius8 will be launched through the Antistress Month event and supported by the global media.
This exciting project was invented, designed, financed, and carried out by the in-house team only with the help of the We4Next Nation charity movement. Although the team didn’t expect any support, when the word spread around, three big players joined. The new partners will greatly popularize the project through their renown, media, and other influence, strengthening the entire Themis Ecosystem brand.
One of the major projects that is also being prepared for a simultaneous launch is the Online Industrial Exchange (OIX). Since it is an entirely new thing and the team wants to consolidate and stabilize the processes through a limited volume, the project will take place in two steps. In the first step, trading units or e-vouchers called IRMU (Industrial Raw Material Unit) will be traded the old-fashioned way through physical contracts.
In the second step, the process will be digitalized and moved online. MonaLisa Vault, intended for storing IRMUs, will also be activated then. It will give every user an insight into the current state of IRMUs and reveal factors for personal and family reduction of the CO2 footprint. The latter is automatically enabled for every holder of IRMUs, as IRMU consists of two components: in addition to the final product – for example, green electricity – each IRMU also contains a proportional share of CO2 reduction.
At the same time, the team is negotiating with world-famous asset management companies to join the project. Cooperation will start later on, for their condition is that the projects are already in full swing.
Another slightly delayed project due to simultaneous launches is the auction of gold-plated bullion coin PP8, awarded to supporters who purchased PP8 IRMU/iTo. The company will draw one winner who will have a chance to auction the coin or not. The winner will decide to keep the proceeds or donate it to charitable causes.
Strategic Decisions Aimed at Long-term Development and IRMU Value Enhancement
In the background of the entire operation, the Strategic Development Department team follows trends and pulls the keys to decisions that will enable continuous development. For example, the decision to produce wine vinegar fell in line with the European Community’s announcement to cut chemical pesticides in half by 2030.
Since there is no adequate replacement for them, there is already panic among the users. John’s Organic Roots Wood vinegar fills this gap and has a bright future ahead of it.
The team has already received the laboratory results of this precious liquid. Through careful research of forty-one natural ingredients, they found that it rates among the highest quality products. It is useful for several purposes in medicine, agriculture, animal husbandry, and even in some other industries for suppressing certain dangerous microorganisms and viruses.
Who would have thought that such treasure is hidden in ordinary wood! The innovative technology can successfully extract a lot of gas CH4, organic tar, wood vinegar, and organic carbon – within closed-loop operations without air, water, or soil pollution. And even more, in this case, with additional modules, the technology helps create even organic vegetables and diamonds.
The key objective of all strategic and tactical decisions, as well as prudent and accurate execution, is to influence the IRMU price. Expanding and developing projects and adding new partners will undoubtedly affect the IRMU price.