Ubiqutek wins a £417k UK Government Innovate UK grant to create the next generation of professional hand-weeder.
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Ubiqutek wins a £986k UK Government Innovate UK grant to scale its technology across different crop types and weeding platforms.
Ubiqutek recently won a £50k UK Government Innovate UK grant to further enhance its next generation technology.
Power engineering is at the heart of what we do and we are always looking for talented high voltage power engineers to join the team and push forward this new class of technology. Ubiqutek is at the cutting edge of this field so there will always be lots of interesting challenges to solve.
Ubiqutek is delighted to announce that it has received investment from The Yield Lab. The Yield Lab is a global network of four early stage AgTech accelerators and investment funds. It is headquartered in St Louis Missouri, with sister accelerators in Ireland (Europe), Buenos Aires (LATAM), and Singapore (Asia Pacific). It invests €100K into three […]
Ubiqutek has received funding from the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development. The project will evaluate the potential of Ubiqutek’s non-chemical technology to control weeds using electricity. The key advantages of the technology are that it is chemical free, systemically kills the roots and does not disturb the soil. This project will provide a practical […]
The European Commission has awarded Ubiqutek the second phase of their prestigious Horizon 2020 SME Instrument programme to develop electrical weeding technology. Horizon 2020 is the biggest EU Research and Innovation programme ever with nearly €80 billion of funding available between 2014 and 2020, €3 billion of which is dedicated to the SME Instrument programme. […]