LYRO Robotics - evokeAG.

Use of cookies

The evokeAG. website uses cookies to enhance your experience and optimise site functionality.

Please refer to our Cookie Policy for more information on which cookies we use and how we collect and use your personal information through cookies

Skip to Content Skip to Navigation

Australia is missing 26,000 workers in the fruit picking and packing space over the next few years alone. Only scalable solutions will be able to overcome this massive issue.

Our robotic systems can easily retrofit operations (plug and play and easy to roll into place), they are quick to deploy (less than 45 min from arrival to first packed items), are versatile (can be changed from one fruit to the next in minutes) and are available on a per hour basis (no upfront capital expenses, turning robotics packing into a service).

With our robotic packers, you will always have the right amount of labour, at the right time, in the right place. No more spending hours on ensuring that enough packers are in the shed tomorrow.

Logo for LYRO Robotics
  • Founder/s

    Dr Juxi Leitner, Dr Nicole Robinson, Norton Kelly-Boxall

  • Country


  • Raising capital


  • Seeking


  • Identified through

    evokeAG. 2020

Related Startup News

Explore all Startup News

The secret life of bees and tracking real-time pollination

Pollinated agriculture is estimated to be a $14 billion industry in Australia alone. Now an innovative technology, Bee Innovative can track how well bees are pollinating a crop and provide growers with real-time information to help boost yield and profits. Here commercial beekeeper and CEO and Co-Founder of Bee Innovative, David Lyall talks about its growing potential.

4 Aug 2022
31 min

Green hydrogen solution for Australian agriculture, ready for investment

HydGene Renewables is paving the way for Australia’s carbon-zero future, using biowaste to produce 100% renewable and green hydrogen on-site and on-demand. The solution will provide farmers with low-cost and sustainable alternatives for ammonia, transport and seasonal energy storage. Now the startup is seeking investment to source alternative feedstocks and scale its technology.

11 May 2022
5 min read

Intangible Matters Series Going Global Strategies for Success

When it comes to exporting, success or failure often comes down to two things. First, whether you can create an ‘unfair advantage’ or ‘competitive edge’ for your product or service that will transfer across markets; and secondly, how well you’ve done your due diligence (or pre-departure checks) on the markets you are moving into before you hit go on your strategy.

22 Nov 2021
1 hour 25 min watch