Here we profile some of the interesting companies and new technologies being developed in the agri-tech cluster.
Could an urban sky farm sustainably feed half of Battersea? Tom Cox thinks it could, he will present his vertical farm-of-the-future at our CEA event
Viticulture is labour intensive. Abby Rose had the idea of using an app to capture the information and share it with others. SectorMentor is now used on over 100 farms and Vidacycle’s community lead Annie Landless discusses the toolkit at a Pollinator event.
Drone Ag will be offering delegates at REAP a sneak preview of its new Skippy Scout system, which will be launched commercially in 2020.
Farmscan AG will be one of the first agri-tech companies to release an autonomous module for its precision control platform, opening up its product for integration by other manufacturers.
Cambridge Consultants joins Agri-Tech East’s Innovation Insights at Fruit Focus
CCm Technologies has developed a method of producing nitrogen fertiliser from bio-solids and the carbon dioxide captured from the waste gases. The fertiliser returns carbon to the soil and stimulates an increase in micro-organisms, promoting a healthy soil.
Is there a role for controlled environment agriculture within conventional salad production?