APPLICANT BRIEFING : ICSF Farming Innovation Pathways (Feasibility and Industrial Research) - Shared screen with speaker view
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Please can you confirm how many bids a company can submit to this competition. Can 3 bids be submitted to both of the strands (Feasibility or Industrial Research), so a maximum of 6 bids in total?
can insect farms be included?
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11th March Consortia Building Event: https://ktn-uk.org/events/farming-innovation-pathways-fip-competition/
We work in AI and big data at Loughborough University. We would like to team with industry and develop proposals. Please contact Dr. Li, email@example.com
If you would like to work with Cambridge, Lincoln or UEA then you are very welcome to contact our team mentioned here: https://agriforwards-cdt.blogs.lincoln.ac.uk. We have a robot farm, a food manufacturing centre (at Holbeach) plus the usual labs in plant biology etc. By all means contact me, Richard Harvey (I am a Professor of Computer Vision at UEA) on firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll try to speedily put you in touch.
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There is a Transforming Food Production Consortia Building Group on LinkedIn, to aid partnering and hosting competition information: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/13773250/
Many farming businesses are Partnerships. Are these excluded from obtaining funding?
What about market research costs? are they elligble?
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This is Ze Ji and Juan Hernandez Vega from Cardiff University (email@example.com, HernandezVegaJ@cardiff.ac.uk). Our interests lie in robotics, autonomous systems, autonomous navigation and manipulation, AI, computer vision, etc and their applications for real-world farming challenges. We have state-of-the-art facilities of robot manipulators, mobile robots, sensors etc . Please feel free to contact us to discuss. https://www.cardiff.ac.uk/people/view/542654-ji-ze and https://www.cardiff.ac.uk/people/view/2488123-hernandez-vega-juan
What is the minimum score you have to achieve to be successful?
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We are from the University of Bedfordshire, specialising on the use of sensors and big data in agribusinesses. Please see our REAMIT project website www.reamit.eu. If you wish to collaborate with us, please contact me, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can collaborators be individuals from outside the UK supporting our UK based organisation?
Hi All- Up at the University of Glasgow we’re experts in plant photobiology- we’re happy to contribute to projects looking at supplemental lighting and CEA-related projects: email@example.com www.mattjoneslab.com
SAOS members are agri coops in coops and if you need to engage with farmers either within coops or as individuals as part of your consortia please do get in touch . We have expertise and track record in managing demonstration farms for new technologies and end user engagement.
Helen - please get in touch firstname.lastname@example.org
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Hi We're at the Moredun Research Institute in Scotland, experts in livestock animal health and welfare, so please get in touch if you are looking for collaboration in those areas. Thanks
Hello, we are keen to explore the opportunities that exist to sustainably intensify food and fiber production by significantly increasing fertilizer and water use efficiencies across the UK through revolutionary advancements in in-soil sensing and wireless connectivity, if interested please contact me with a view of participating in this competition, firstname.lastname@example.org (Norbert Sagnard, Queen's University Belfast)
Hi All, Business that is happy to partner up with Academia and Research organisations we have funding so looking for interesting projects and joining collaborations our whole focus is farming and production. Drop me an email personally email@example.com and we can talk about working together.
Thank you all, very clear and good, Best regards Michael McWhinney
Thank you all
Thanks a lot, most useful!