There is a growing shortage of energy, food and drinking water, a deterioration of air quality, the arable land is becoming less fertile, depositories of necessary materials are being exhausted, so-called super diseases are spreading, the effectiveness of antibiotics is decreasing causing a decreasing quality in disease treatment. At the same time, the complexity of the society is ever increasing, requiring people to have increasingly specific knowledge and skills.
The existing system is not able to cope with all of this.
The causes for this lie in costly and complex, ever expanding global systems like transport, energy, communication systems, etc. Being in a highly critical dependency of each other, those systems are getting more vulnerable, while their management is becoming more complex, labour-intensive and costly.
Leading experts have taken the view that the solution is the rapid development of new technologies that enable to create autonomous independent divisions, thereby reducing the stringent coherence, vulnerability, administrative costs, internal losses and administrative complexity of those systems.
Despite this, the spending for taking the inventions into use and to support research is decreasing year by year, since this type of expenditure does not create political capital.
The pre-eminent system of governing does not support technical creativity, meaning innovative technical solutions and inventions.
Look around. Everything that has not emerged from nature is invented by man. The work desk at which you write, the chair on which you sit, the flowerpot in which a plant grows, the houses, the cars, objects, etc.
In recent decades, digital technologies have greatly affected our lives. This period has even been called a digital revolution. Global communications and telecommunication networks, navigation and tracking systems have been created. Despite this, we haven’t significantly improved the global situation. Rather, the vulnerability of the human society has increased due to the electrical grids that are the foundation for those developments, staying essentially the same.
There is a need for conceptually new solutions. This is especially true in the energy, transport, agricultural and food industries. For this, we need inventors and that the inventions would actually be taken into use.
Since inventors are either individuals or small groups of individuals, it is important to find resources to support them.
Our idea is to help bring the creations of the inventors to life and in this way help to make the world a better place.
By launching the Arcallia crowdfunding platform, inventors and the creators of new products, can bring their technical solutions that interest the people, to life.
This ensures that new, better and user-relevant products and technologies reach the people.As a result, natural resources are going to be used more economically.
In the process, new technologies and solutions are going to be generated, which increase the autonomy of the populations and thus decrease the vulnerability of the communities, ensuring that humankind is preserved even in the event of catastrophes.
Since 2012 we have understood the growing part that science plays in everyday life as we continually build on our heritage with sustainability and innovation center to our thinking, turning exciting, often groundbreaking ideas into practical solutions.
The Arcallia platform is ready and LIVEJanuary 30, 2018
Start of creating the main version of Arcallia.January 30, 2018
Conclusion of the testing of Arcallia’s β version.January 30, 2018
The generation of Tokens and start of public trading.January 30, 2018
The creation of Arcallia β versionJanuary 30, 2018
Technical engineer at the Estonian Academy of Sciences Institute of Biology and the University of Tartu. Secretary-General of the Estonian Inventor´s Association.
2 higher education, 27 years of international business management experience. In addition, he has 15 years of investment company Smartinvest Ltd.
Sales & Marketing, Global logistics and international trade expert with wide knowledge and experience in webmarketing and advertising strategies.
Doctor of Engineering Sciences, Professor and an active member of the International Academy of Ecology and Safety (Russian Federation), the New York Academy of Sciences (USA)
Doctor’s Degree, 1986, (sup) Vladimir Muzõka, Effects of different nature damaging agents on some chemical characteristics of gistones, University of Tartu
1st executive director (FINF) – IPR Lawyer, Finnish Inventors’ National Federation University of Helsinki, long-term international experience, Helsinki area, FINLAND