Daniel Imrie-Situnayake

Daniel Imrie-Situnayake is a co-founder of Tiny Farms, the edible bug company. Tiny Farms is developing technologies and processes that enable entrepreneurs to raise insects at massive scale. The company offers agricultural and engineering consulting to pioneers of sustainable protein.

Since lecturing on automated identification and capture technologies at Birmingham City University at twenty years age, Daniel’s career has taken him from Great Britain to California. He has built voice user interfaces for an AI startup, designed big data infrastructure for a financial company and talked his way into---and out of---the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst. Co-founded with longtime business partners Andrew Brentano and Jena Martin, Tiny Farms is applying tech industry processes to agricultural innovation.

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