Having proven commercial traction for the technology within agriculture and the food processing sector, Exosect's current research strategy is to continue to create robust Intellectual Property (IP) and also to demonstrate the versatility of the platform technology Entostat across the food supply chain "pollination to plate".
Within this horizontal structure of the food chain, Management are prioritising the development of products in key vertical markets which they have identified as those demonstrating highest potential growth, such as seed protection and grain storage.
Using pheromones as a starting point the Company has gained significant understanding of the use of Entostat as a delivery system and there is still considerable scope for further development of the pheromone products.
An additional key area of potential is the synergistic effects between Entostat and microbials as discovered by recent research and testing in this area. The use of microbials is not new but their full potential has been limited due to inadequate delivery mechanisms and it is believed that Entostat can offer an effective delivery solution.
Product opportunities are also being explored in non-food related markets such as Animal Health, Commodity Storage and Public Health.