World IoTAg Market Analysed & Forecast by Mind Commerce in In-demand Research Report Now Available at MarketPublishers.com
21 Sep 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The IoT in agriculture (IoTAg) stands for a more specific usage of technology wherein business planning and operations in the agricultural field gets connected in ways formerly unimaginable if it were not for advancements in communications, sensors, data analytics, among others.
Connected agriculture is also accomplished through the growing use of emerging observation and automotive technologies like the use of UAVs for revealing differences in thermal signatures and usage of robotics for planting, spraying, and harvesting. As different IoT technologies mature beyond the R&D stage and go into general production, expenses on everything from UAVs to sensors are likely to decline on a continuous basis, making connected agriculture more budget-friendly to smaller farms and third-world countries.
The agriculture business is poised to be under control of firms that are not traditional experts of agriculture, like farmers and conventional farm value chain, comprising farm equipment manufacturers, suppliers of seeds, makers and suppliers of plant foods and chemicals.
The move in the management of agricultural operations and farms is likely to provide a wide range of versatile benefits to farming, comprising improved crop quantity and quality, advanced usage of resources and agricultural equipment, monitoring of farms, animals and machines in real time, machine aided irrigation systems, pest control and fertilizer spraying.
Through to 2022, there is expected to be a shift from traditional agriculture to farm management systems. With this transition, software developers and predictive data analytics companies will assume the control of end-to-end agricultural operations.
In-demand research report “IoT in Agriculture: Market Outlook and Forecasts 2017 - 2022” elaborated by Mind Commerce gives an all-round analysis of the IoTAg market on a global scale.
It offers an assessment of the technologies, firms, and solutions for IoT in the agriculture domain. The study assesses the overall marketplace and presents granular forecasts for various devices, solutions, services, and data analytics worldwide, and region-wise through to 2022. Forecasts comprise precision farming, indoor agriculture, livestock, and fisheries. The study discusses key IoTAg companies and solutions, offers an understanding of the challenges and opportunities in the market. The report sheds light on the opportunities in leveraging IoTAg data and analytics. The report gives an all-round assessment of the future of agriculture automation and operations.
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