Our Head of Software Engineering, Gordy Wills was invited by the Edinburgh Science Festival 2021 to discuss how smart digital technologies can support environmentally-friendly food growing systems and reveal how computers can be the controllers and encouragers of growth whilst using the minimal possible levels of natural resources.
The eye-opening event was presented by the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh and was chaired by Dr Hannah Rudman of SRUC. Alongside Dominic Gammon, The Aquaponics Gardens, Gordy considered whether a complex digital information system made of hardware and software could be the answer to sustainable farming.
You can watch the full interview in the video below.
“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.”
Monday, October 18, 2021
Step inside a new farming future
Tuesday, December 8, 2020
"It’s farming… but not as you know it! Intelligent Growth Solutions is working with the James Hutton Institute to use technology to bring farms into the future! #ideasbecomelegend"