Simon Gabb is our Advisor for Western Victoria and Gippsland.
Simon has significant experience in the agricultural sector, having worked in a variety of roles over the past twelve years across Victoria, NSW, Queensland and WA - as well as internationally - and remains actively involved in the family farm near Skipton. Simon is also completing a Bachelor of Agribusiness from Marcus Oldham
Growing up on a mixed farming enterprise north of Warracknabeal in Victoria, Daniel developed a keen interest in agronomy work and has a passion for assisting growers in managing spatial variability on their farms.
After graduating from Adelaide University with a bachelor of Agricultural Sciences in 2016, Daniel took on a technician role with Precision Agriculture, utilising and applying the latest technology and data collection systems. After an outstanding performance in this role, Daniel was promoted to an Advisor, responsible for the Wimmera & Mallee, South Australia and Tasmanian regions.
Meera is our Operations Manager, based out of the Ballarat office. Meera leads a team of GIS Specialists, who are collectively responsible for the compilation and processing of spatial farm data and production of results and reports for customers. Meera has Bachelor degrees in Agricultural Science and International Development from La Trobe University.
Previously Meera has worked in Horticultural Research and Development, and is part of the third generation on the family's broad acre, sheep and beef property at Skipton.
Matt Kelly is our Advisor for the Southern Riverina and North East Victoria; an area encompassing all clients south of Wagga Wagga.
Matt has significant experience in the agriculture and technology sector, having worked in a variety of roles over the past ten years across NSW and WA, and remains actively involved in the family farm near Ganmain. Matt has also completed a Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management from Charles Sturt University.
Eva has a strong background in agriculture and is highly qualified in geo-spatial technologies, having been awarded the university science medal for her studies in geoscience and biology. She previously worked for four years applying her studies to the mining industry, which has significant crossover in systems used in precision agriculture.
Hailing from Temora where she grew up on her family's broadacre farm, Eva undertook a number of precision farming activities for her family prior to joining Precision Agriculture.