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One of the key aims of SmartAg 2015 is to provide a dynamic environment where the cutting-edge research can meet the solution seeker to really put ‘science into practice’.

SmartAg 2015 is an ideal platform to exhibit technologies and services in order to investigate and develop new applications and products through collaborative research. To showcase your technology book an exhibitor space now.


Exhibitor package:
This package includes:

£600.00 per stand
3m x 2m shell scheme booth
1 x Day Delegate admission
1 x additional stand pass (for manning stand)
1 x 500 watt electric socket
2 x spot lights
A listing in the SmartAg 2015 event publication
A listing and link to your website on the SmartAg 2015 website
Wi-fi access

Additional items of furniture and AV equipment are not provided

Download your copy of the SmartAg 2015 exhibition floor plan


Download a booking form here

Exhibitors are offered a choice of positions in the exhibition hall on a first come, first-served basis. However, we will endeavor to offer you the best available stand so please contact us to discuss your requirements.

Exhibitors

ADAS

ADAS is the UK’s largest independent provider of agricultural and environmental consultancy, rural development services and policy advice. ADAS has a unique combination of insight and practical experience, underpinned by robust, informed, science-based information. www.adas.uk


Bayer Crop Science

Bayer is an innovation-driven company with a long tradition in research and development. Bayer leverages its expertise to address global challenges and improve people’s lives around the world. Bayer Group’s mission “Bayer: Science For A Better Life” is the foundation of what Bayer CropScience strives to achieve within the agricultural sector. www.cropscience.bayer.com


BBSRC 

One of seven Research Councils that work together as Research Councils UK (RCUK) and funded by the Government’s Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS). BBSRC’s budget for 2014-2015 is around £509M (£459M on research and capital grants and £50.5M for training and fellowships). It supports around 1600 scientists and 2000 research students in universities and institutes across the UK. www.bbsrc.ac.uk


Bristol Robotics Laboratory (BRL)

Bristol Robotics Laboratory (BRL) is the most comprehensive academic centre for multi-disciplinary robotics research in the UK. It is a collaborative partnership between the University of the West of England and the University of Bristol, and home to a vibrant community of over 150 academics, researchers and industry practitioners. Together, they are world leaders in current thinking on service robotics, intelligent autonomous systems and bio-engineering. The state-of-the-art facilities cover an area of over 3,500 sq. metres (over 37,000 sq. feet) and BRL is an internationally recognised Centre of Excellence in Robotics. www.brl.ac.uk


Eurotech

Eurotech’s strategic direction is to define and penetrate new and emerging markets through innovation and cutting edge research to transform scalable industrial, mobile and wearable computer solutions. Eurotech design, and manufacture a range of cost effective innovative embedded single board computers, application ready platforms and configurable systems for customers within the Transportation, Communications, Defence, Security, and Industrial engineering industries. www.eurotech.com


Farmex Ltd

Born in the engineering section of Reading University’s Department of Agriculture in 1980, Farmex have gone on to be the leading supplier of ventilation control, alarm and monitoring systems in the UK pig industry. The company has also diversified into crop storage and wireless brooder alarm systems for pheasant rearing. The company has also specialised in remote data capture from pig production sites since 1996 and collects data from over 500 production sites in the UK, USA, Germany and Australia. www.farmex.co.uk www.farmex.co.uk


H.L.Hutchinson Ltd

With turnover in excess of £200 million, the business has grown to become the leading national agricultural and horticultural input advice and supply company. Hutchinsons takes a dynamic, forward thinking approach to supporting grower clients in the production of quality crops and food in a sustainable and responsible manner. www.hlhltd.co.uk


Innovate UK

Innovate UK is the new name for the Technology Strategy Board, an executive non-departmental public body, sponsored by the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills. www.innovateuk.gov.uk


NERC

NERC – the Natural Environment Research Council – is the leading funder of independent research, training and innovation in environmental science in the UK. NERC invests public money in world-leading science, designed to help us sustain and benefit from our natural resources, predict and respond to natural hazards and understand environmental change. www.nerc.ac.uk


Precision Decisions

Grown out of a family farming business, Precision Decisions continues to offer comprehensive precision farming services based on sound agronomic and practical experience. The company specialises in agronomy, engineering, software and customer service, working from premises with dedicated workshops and development facilities. As Precision Decisions continues to develop its capabilities it can offer an even wider range of products and services to customers, and its research into future technologies is creating exciting possibilities. www.precisiondecisions.co.uk


Stockbridge Technology Centre (STC)

STC was launched to ensure continued technological developments for the horticultural industry. This grower-led initiative has created an independent horticultural centre of excellence supported by both the production and supply sectors of the industry. STC is made up of STC Research Foundation, an eligible body for research and educational business activities, enabling simpler collaborative interchanges with the Government and its bodies as well as Universities and Stockbridge Technology Centre Ltd (STC), which carries out commercial work and is responsible for administration and operation of the Stockbridge House site. www.stockbridgetechnology.co.uk

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