Global Challenges

One of our aims is to implement our agricultural technologies and solutions in as many parts of the world, particularly in disadvantaged places where arable land and water supply are constrained. By doing this, we can enrich the early stages of the food value chain, while at the same time working with food retailers and supermarkets to collate data to enhance farmers ability to react to changing demand and preferences.

IAG focuses on generating organic growth where we use internal supply chains to manufacture our products and use our experienced and industry-leading experts to make sure we provide the best possible solutions. IAG also seeks strategic partnerships, as we believe that the growth and progression of this industry will happen through collaborative efforts.

Our approach to long-term economic, social and environmental sustainability is aligned with our vision to provide high-tech solutions for farmer’s feedings the world. By integrating our sustainable state-of-art systems and innovative agri-tech solutions into the mainstream, we are creating shared value, helping both society and our company to thrive. We want to do this to ensure that Britain becomes an international hub for precision agricultural technologies to help solve future challenges related to farming. The reason driving this is that the UK spends £500m a year on agricultural research and development, with agri-tech contributing £14 billion to the UK GVA in 2013. Given the recent uncertainty created by Brexit, the time is right now in becoming integral players within this industry sector.

Intelligent farming is how IAG visualises the evolution and productiveness of agriculture and engineering from precision farming to connected, knowledge-based farm software and hardware control systems. Intelligent farming makes use of innovative technology, taking recourse to existing intelligent networks and data management tools.

This is due to the rising demand for advancements in hardware and software applications. IAG understands that by connecting these peripherals farmers are empowered to manage all field activities, ranging from autonomous vehicles to software intelligence to manage tasks such as, inventory, finance, workforce and receiving insight into overall farming performance, with higher accuracy. The aim of intelligent farming development is to utilise all available information to enable the automation of sustainable processes in agriculture.