About Cadence Agricultural Systems — CASi
The CASiGrow platform consists of three class-leading essential elements:
- Best-in-class control over all climatic conditions (temperature, RH, CO2, VPD)
- Revolutionary 12-channel Smart LED lights
- User-friendly, encrypted software for creating recipes, running reports and analyzing results
We believe CASi grow chambers will help develop important medicines and consumer products. It’s a way to reduce costs and ensure quality of produce for generations to come.
CASi helps growers both create optimal growing environments. We do it with the most flexible, powerful hardware and software platform for cannabis and other high value crop research and production.
Without a precise growing environment, growers and researchers can’t optimize their genetics. With the CASiGrow system, growers can rapidly experiment and then later recreate the ideal lighting, climatic and nutrient conditions for a particular strain, or desired chemotypical outcome.
We are perfectionists.
We specifically looked at the concerns growers of any kind face and we’ve tested, refined, and perfected solutions to help every one of those problems.
We are forward thinking.
The future of agriculture is going to look very different… so we’re incorporating the Internet of Things and granular-level data analytics in our products.
We are problem solvers.
Our experience in product development and manufacturing gives us an insatiable desire to fix problems. In fact, the harder the problem, the happier we are.
We are here to support you.
We’re happy to provide detailed online training so our customers fully understand how to maximize their potential with CASi grow chambers.
members of our team
by our team
Jim Clark, P.Eng
VP, Research & Development
Now the inventor and head of R&D at CASi, Jim previously managed manufacturing for household names like IBM and HP.
He applied his experience in precision processes to develop a chamber-based food production system that grew fresh herbs and lettuce for distribution. Jim has been reliably producing licensed, high-quality medical cannabis for years, and his growth chambers have evolved into the full-fledged CASi system we have today.
Our finance guru has a keen sense for businesses worth investing in. He’s guided startups, biotech companies, and even large banks through development, expansion, and financial success. His connections with the right people is how CASi built such a strong founding team.
VP, Software Development
Our software has been developed by Vice President Ben Zimmer, an award-winning leader in online training, robotic automation, and custom IofT instrumentation. With Ben’s expertise, we’ve streamlined the user experience with software that’s easy to use, yet capable of mining analytical data. CASi users will have insights on their plants unlike any of their competitors.
VP Business Development and Corporate Relations
Jeff joined CASi in 2019 as Vice President of Business Development and Corporate Relations. He began his career in the Pharmaceutical Industry and held a series of Senior Executive Roles in the industry. He combined the corporate experience with an entrepreneurial attitude and his extensive relationships have assisted us to continue to open doors, find aligned partners and create opportunities for domestic and international expansion in a timely manner.
Jessica Parsons, MSc.
The “green thumb” of the team. With a background in medicinal plant cultivation, physiology, and chemistry, she has contributed to research projects with partners including Canopy Growth, Carleton University, and Environment Canada. Jessica’s experience will help our clients meet their research goals and guide them in the transition to the CASi cultivation system.
We’re engineers, venture capitalists, manufacturers, executives, academics and software developers. We’re also successful business owners with families and commitments to our communities, and we’ve put a lot of thought into designing the ideal vertical grow system.
We believe CASi grow platform will help develop important medicines and consumer products. They can also help to feed the world. Regardless it’s about finding a way to reduce the cost and ensure quality of produce for generations to come.