Agri-TechE members are out in force again this year at CropTec Show 2022, exhibiting their services, tools, products and research. CropTec 2022 runs from Wednesday 23rd to Thursday 24th November at the East of England Showground in Peterborough.
AgRecruit – recruitment for the AgriTech sector; covering roles in tech, science, engineering, commercial, senior leadership and more
AHDB (also sponsoring the Knowledge Exchange Hub) – a levy board that delivers transformational projects aimed at driving productivity across farming and supply chain businesses.
Bayer Crop Science – a leading agricultural innovator across seeds, digital services and crop protection.
Ben Burgess – leading suppliers of machinery and equipment in the agricultural, construction and grounds care industries, and one of only two original John Deere dealers in the UK.
CHAP – a UK Agri-Tech Centre funded by Innovate UK to develop and trial solutions that transform crop systems.
Cranfield University – world-class research with a focus on finding practical solutions to achieve both sustainable and profitable food production without waste.
De Sangosse – a European leader in adjuvant technology, nutrition, molluscicides and pod sealants that help growers protect their crops.
Drip UK (Howseman Agriculture) – full contracting, management and supply services for drip irrigation, including tape laying and removal.
Drone Ag – developers of Skippy Scout, an app that automates leaf-level crop data collection and analysis in real-time using drones and AI technology.
Elsoms – leading independent seed specialist and plant breeder. Breeds, supplies and treats high quality seed using the latest in plant breeding research and seed technology.
Hutchinsons – leading agronomists with over 10 years of expertise.
PGRO – UK’s Centre of excellence for pulse crops (peas and beans) with a strong reputation for consistency and stability. It provides authoritative and relevant information and delivers project work based on solid reliable research.
Prodata Weather Systems – a supplier of automated weather stations and environmental monitoring solutions.
PureFarm powered by Map of Ag – connects data from farms and the agri-food supply chain. The platform sorts, standardises and provisions permissioned data from multiple sources to help businesses and organisations to be more effective.
Satellite Applications Catapult – helps organisations to use and benefit from satellite technologies. It brings together multi-disciplinary teams to generate ideas and solutions in an open innovation environment.
Sencrop – users of the Sencrop weather station and App receive real-time data and forecasts for their fields.
Sentry – one of the largest national farming companies in the UK, with 20,000 hectares of land under cultivation for clients throughout the country, annually growing over 400,000 tonnes of local produce.
Timac Agro – specialists in plant and animal nutrition with extensive expertise in soil conditioning and fertiliser efficiency, it offers a specific range of fertilisers adapted to local soils and farmers’ needs.
The Lincoln Institute for Agri-Food Technology (LIAT) – aims to support and enhance productivity, efficiency and sustainability in food and farming through research, education and technology.
Yagro – a pioneer in the development of analytics for agriculture.