Leading Company in Agricultural IP
Rovers connects people by agriculture.
Rovers defines the agriculture of the future as
a content business. Content is protected and traded as IP (Intellectual Property).
Agricultural IP is defined as agricultural product varieties, cultivation techniques, and brands.
In other industries, the importance of IP is already being emphasized and recognized as a key factor
in future industries, but in the agricultural sector,
There is no leading company that recognizes the importance of IP and develops its business
by utilizing it.
Agricultural products produced through varieties, cultivation techniques, and brands developed in Korea are consumed overseas, and conversely, varieties and brands developed overseas are consumed in Korea. Rovers regards agriculture as
a medium that connects people all over the world, and aims to become a leading agricultural IP company that provides fundamental happiness from food to the world by being the subject of that connection.
What We Aggregate
Plant patents are a form of IP protection specifically for new and distinct plant varieties that are asexually reproduced.
Utility patents can be obtained for novel and non-obvious agricultural inventions that have practical utility. These inventions may include new crop protection products, farming machinery, irrigation systems, or innovative processes and methods used in agriculture.
Plant Breeders' Rights (PBR)
PBR is a type of IP protection granted to plant breeders for new plant varieties that are sexually reproduced (e.g., through seeds).
Trade secrets encompass confidential and proprietary information that provides a competitive advantage. In agriculture, trade secrets may include formulas for crop fertilizers, specific breeding techniques, or other undisclosed agricultural processes. Unlike other forms of IP, trade secrets rely on maintaining the information's secrecy rather than obtaining formal registration or protection.
Development and operation of a commercial-scale indoor-vertical farm project in Abu Dhabi to enhance food security in the UAE.
Processing and Manufacturing Plant for Cannabis/Hemp.
Acquisition and distribution of IP for medical hemp seeds(F1).
IP rights, such as patents and plant breeders' rights, provide legal protection to agricultural innovators.
Plant breeders invest significant effort in developing new plant varieties that possess desirable traits such as increased yield, disease resistance, or improved nutritional content. IP protection ensures that breeders have exclusive rights to their new varieties for a specified period. This protection enables breeders to recoup their investment and incentivizes them to continue developing new and better varieties. It also helps prevent unauthorized propagation or commercialization of these varieties, ensuring that breeders have control over the dissemination and use of their creations.
IP protection facilitates the transfer of agricultural technologies and knowledge between different regions and countries. When inventors and researchers know their intellectual property will be protected, they are more willing to share their innovations with others through licensing agreements, collaborations, or technology transfers. This promotes the spread of advanced farming techniques, machinery, biotechnology, and other valuable tools that can enhance agricultural productivity and sustainability worldwide.
At the heart of our organization, we have assembled a dynamic team of experts who bring together the worlds of agriculture and intellectual property. Our team's diverse backgrounds and unique skill sets allow us to tackle complex challenges at the intersection of these fields.