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this is the place to come and find out what’s going on at ubloquity, who has joined the team, which new customers we’ve acquired, or sectors we’ve entered for the first time. we’ll try our best not to shout too loudly or too often, no-one likes a show off.

ubloquity appoints Commercial Director

News Release Thursday 12th May 2022 ubloquity appoints former Asda VP John Buxton as its Commercial Director The UK’s foremost digital chain of provenance expert ubloquity is delighted to announce the appointment of John Buxton as its commercial director. John previously spent two years at legal tech consultancy SYKE – where he was VP Business…

If a tree falls in the forest, does it make a sound?

If a tree falls in the forest, does it make a sound? One day it could be tagged, verified and stored on an immutable blockchain. But until then your guess is as good as mine… According to Woodland Trust the UK’s native woods and trees are subject to a barrage of coinciding threats from direct loss…

SCRUM – On the field or in the office?

The term SCRUM is one that is used within project management a lot these days but what does it actually mean and where did it come from. Scrum is a lightweight framework that helps people, teams and organizations generate value through adaptive solutions for complex problems.  In simpler terms, Scrum is a framework that helps teams…

veganuary vs regenuary – it’s not the cow but the how!

there are a number of eating trends that have been picking up some traction in the past few years. i’m not one to get engrossed in personal decisions, especially when it comes to someone’s food choice.  i believe in a nutrient balanced diet, and how someone achieves that is entirely up to them.   however, in…

is low carbon beef a sustainable route forward for NI farmers?

well, firstly, you’re probably wondering what low carbon beef is? farmers and those involved in food production, or the agricultural supply chain are probably sick, sore, and tired of hearing “agriculture is to blame for climate change”. and yes, farming and livestock production does indeed contribute to the climate change crisis. beef produces the most…

our first event

we hosted the first in a series of Agri knowledge transfer events at ubloquity on 23/11/21, with twenty or so guests in attendance. the topic of conversation was DATA in farming; we had three speakers give their perspectives on technology, capturing information, and turning data into actionable insights. flagship farmer John Best kicked things off, talking about the changes he’d witnessed in nearly 50…

methane target – is it all hot air?

CO2 is so last year, COP26 is all about CH4 – you still with me? did you know the odourless gas methane is 80 times worse than carbon dioxide at warming the atmosphere?  but here’s the thing, not only is it more damaging, it breaks down far more quickly than CO2, hence why global leaders…