This month, IGS celebrates its 7th birthday, and we're looking back over the years at just how far we've come from a tiny startup based in Invergowrie to an organisation employing more than forty people and with offices as far afield as Chicago!
IGS was founded to find a way to make indoor farming not only more efficient but also more accessible, and we're exceptionally proud of what we've achieved in recent years. Our plug-and-play vertical farming system has attracted interest from all over the globe, securing funding from some of the biggest players in agritech investment.
Last year also saw the launch of our Intelligent Grid Solutions brand, which we hope will cause waves in the commercial lighting field.
2019 was our biggest year yet, but just one month into 2020 and it already looks set to be bigger and better than ever. There will be a lot of hard work along the way, but our team of incredible and passionate people are more than ready to meet the challenge.
Happy birthday IGS - here's to the next seven years!
“I choose to challenge because as an engineer I believe more diversity leads to more creativity.”
“I choose to challenge because we need women’s skills and insights at ALL levels in the workplace.”
“I choose to challenge because I think women should always support other women and because inequality is still a major problem in some countries around the world.”
“I choose to challenge because encouraging challenge breeds genuine innovation across our business.”
"I choose to challenge gender stereotypes and encourage constructive challenges from all."
“I choose to challenge to address imbalance.”
“I choose to challenge because we need to celebrate women's achievements and drive positive change in gender balance both in the workplace and our everyday lives.”
“I choose to challenge because everyone deserves the chance to achieve their full potential.”
Tuesday, January 3, 2023
Sustainable farming isn't just about maximising profits; it also focuses on the thoughtful and effective use of non-renewable resources throughout the farming process. By prioritising sustainability, farmers can produce nutritious, healthy food while improving their own standard of living and reducing their impacts on climate change.
Wednesday, March 1, 2023
This innovative food production system can significantly increase crop yields while increasing efficiency and fortifying the sustainability and resilience of agricultural systems. But what exactly is vertical farming and why is it so important?
Friday, February 24, 2023
Our food supply chain is broken. The reasons for it are complex, but put simply, the UK is exposed to several risk factors that can – and now have – combined to produce acute shortages on our shelves. Something needs to change urgently; and technology may – at least in part – have the answer.