Connected Cow and Farm Market [by Systems (Health Monitoring, Mating Management, Herd Management, Automated Milking, Comfort & Cleaning, Automated Feeding); by Services; by Regions]: Market Size, Forecasts, Insights and Opportunities (2016 – 2021)
The world will face a major food crunch by 2050 if existing farms don’t modernize. With the population set to double over the next 30 years to 10 billion people, the demand for food will also follow the same trend. The limitations of arable land in the world will force the ecosystem to double the efficiency and productivity of the current farms.
While a small minority is researching into alternative forms of food in terms of protein and meal replacements, the traditional agriculture market will still play the majority role for addressing this food demand. Conventional forms of generating agricultural output will not be sufficient for address the global need. The interpolation of technology in agriculture at this critical phase is touted to be a game changer that will the future trends in agriculture.
Drones, aerial photography and big data is currently revolutionizing farming at the crop level. Combined with this is the advent of driverless tractors and machines that are significantly aiding farm production. In parallel, the technology industry is witnessing a major impetus towards the adoption of IoT at the industrial level. The most important thing to observe is that IoT is a largely services market, which makes it exceedingly suitable for industrial applications where companies can create and develop solutions that can be billed and are not reliant on consumer trends to gather momentum. In such a scenario, the evolution of IIoT for agriculture is the most important trend to watch in this space.
Connected cow and farm systems is built on IIoT where the data and intelligence flows back to the farmers. The heightened level of farm intelligence that will enable proper utilization of resources coupled with the increase in farm output will enable the farmer to significantly boost farm productivity.
The market opportunity for connected cow and farm systems across the globe is substantial and is at a critical juncture for mainstream market adoption. The intersection of highly sophisticated automation and M2M technologies combined with the rising popularity of IIoT in the space is set to disrupt the industry over the next decade. This market opportunity, built on the Internet of Cows and the next generation of farm systems, is set to become both conventional and in the majority. The proliferation of IIoT in the agriculture sector is a fresh and solid opportunity for service providers, equipment manufacturers, software vendors, value investors and stakeholders.
Arcluster forecasts this market to exceed $10 billion in revenues in 2021, growing from $1.27 billion in the current year.
The report on the connected cow and farm market provides an in-depth analysis of the market size, forecasts and opportunities of the various systems and services that cater to the connected farm ecosystem. The study includes market analysis of seven categories of systems – Health Monitoring, Mating Management, Herd Management, Automated Milking, Comfort and Cleaning, Automated Feeding, and others. The study also covers the analysis of the market for services for the connected farm environment. Further to this, the report also provides the market data for systems across five regions – North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Central America and Latin America (CALA), and Middle-East and Africa (MEA).
Arcluster’s connected cow and farm market report also includes insights into key market requirements gathered from users, buyers, farmers, farm owners, and consultants. The report also provides their preferences, priorities and perception of the application of connected systems in this ecosystem. The study also covers key demand side ratings such as user ratings across regions for farm systems, services, dashboard features, and deployment timeframes.The analysis in this report will help market participants, vendors, suppliers, system integrators, channel players, manufacturers, and value added resellers (VARs) to develop strategies, marketing goals and business decisions based on the actionable market intelligence from this report.
This report has been built on a rigorous period of information gathering from both secondary and primary sources through several interviews with industry participants, manufacturers, suppliers, vendors, farm owners, business owners consultants, organizations, and regulators. Data gathered from these interviews and surveys was curated, analyzed, and engineered to understand buying, spending, demand and supply patterns and to estimate market sizes and forecasts. The resultant data was checked for applicability across the insect, food and farm management value chains through market-data associations and then further validated through multiple check points to check consistencies, error samples, variances.
Companies mentioned in the report: Afimilk, Allflex, AMS Galaxy USA, Bella Ag, BouMatic Robotics, Brauer GmbH, talltechnik, BvL Maschinenfabrik, CattleMax, Connecterra, CowManager by Agis Automatisering BV, Dairymaster, DeLaval, FarmWizard, Fujitsu, Fullwood, Hokofarm Group B.V., GEA, IceRobotics, Lely, Microsoft, Moocall, Nedap, Pellon Group Oy, Schuitemaker Machines B.V., Smartbell, Sol Chips, TrueNorth Technologies, VitalHerd
The 2016 syndicated study report on the connected cow and farm market is part of an ongoing series of market reports that focus on micro emerging trends in the Agriculture technology (Agtech) and connected technology markets across multiple regions and countries.
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