Valtra Design Challenge 2017 - FARMING THE FUTURE

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World and people in it are changing faster than ever before. This creates big challenges for food production in the future. To guarantee wellbeing of future generations we need more advanced methods and equipment. Tractors as versatile machines have been playing a key role in this progress and we believe this will continue also in the future. The future tractors are designed today.

What is your vision for tractor in 2040?

SHOW US YOUR VISION

How tractors will look, feel and function after twenty years from now on? How they will keep us fed and make running of farms exciting and rewarding? How they are intuitive to use and make things happen more efficiently and environmentally than today? All these things effect to whole humankind, so challenge is set! 

WHO CAN PARTICIPATE

Participation is free of charge and competition is open for individuals or teams (up to three members)
Designers
Academic Design students
Design Studios
Automotive Suppliers 

KEY DATES OF THE COMPETITION

Competition launch 27.2.2017
Competition close 26.4.2017
Announcing winner at Valtra
International Press conference in
Holland 31.5 2017

RECOGNITION

1st prize: 10 000€
2nd prize: 3 000€
3rd prize: 1 000€
Honourable mention
Winners will be eligible for recognition on the Valtra
Design Competition web site as well as Valtra displays and events.

ABOUT VALTRA AND VALTRA DESIGN

Valtra Inc. develops, manufactures, markets and services Valtra tractors. We have a long tradition of employing advanced industrial design in our products since the 1960s. In addition to creating attractive tractors, industrial design has always been applied to improve the working conditions of tractor operators and productivity. Over the decades the basic principles of Scandinavian design have played a vital role in creating Valtra’s high-quality and respected brand.


FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE VISIT:
http://www.valtra.com/designchallenge

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