Technology Advances Shaping Future of Food Security (TechVision)

Technology Advances Shaping Future of Food Security (TechVision)

Detecting Contaminants and Enhancing Food Nutrition

RELEASE DATE
30-Dec-2015
REGION
Global
Research Code: D6D3-01-00-00-00
SKU: FA00382-GL-TR_17123

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The TechVision division of Frost & Sullivan has evaluated the advances in food security technologies, and identified key innovations that will have an impact on empowering food security in the near-, medium-, and long-terms. As the food security industry has high standards for machines and components, it is critical to design sensors, especially for this industry and to meet internationally accepted standards and guidelines.
The requirements of the food security industry are varied and companies need to offer diverse solutions and have an extensive product portfolio for every step in the automation process. Companies need to identify the key elements of transformation faster and apply strategies for better engagement and interaction with the other companies in food security domain.

Table of Contents

Research Scope

Research Methodology

Research Methodology Step by Step Approach

Key Findings - Opportunities

Key Findings–Customer Requirements

Food Security–An Overview

Food Security–Value Chain

Impact of Megatrends

Key Elements Empowering Food Security

Measurement Instrumentation and Pathogen Testing Empowering Food Security

Packaging, Portability & Traceability Empowering Food Security

Interconnectivity and Analytics Empowering Food Security

Emerging Technologies in Food Security

Emerging Technologies for Food Security – Nano, M2M and WSN

Emerging Technologies for Food Security – Big Data, Packaging, Barcodes

Emerging Technologies for Food Security – Super Heated Steam and Portable Systems

Precision Irrigation using Stem Water Potential Sensor

Crop Monitoring using Drones and Sensory Systems

Electrochemical Sensor-based Food Safety Checker

Sensor based on Chemically Modified Carbon Nanotube Improves Food Safety

Chemiresistive Sensors for Food Safety

Sensors for Preventing Counterfeiting in Food Industries

Consumer Friendly Near Infrared Spectrometer

Sensor Array for Analyzing Fruit Odour

Opportunity Strategy Evaluation (OSE) Grid

Criteria Description – Level of Attractiveness

Criteria Description – Probability of Success

Insights from OSE Model

Food Security: A Growing Market

Total Food Security Sensor Technology Market - Revenue Forecast

Factors Influencing Adoption-Market Drivers

Drivers Explained

Factors Influencing Adoption-Market Challenges

Challenges Explained

Technology Convergence - Increasing Market Opportunities

Strategic Perspectives

Patents in Food Security Technology

Patents in Food Security Technology

Patents in Food Security Technology

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The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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The TechVision division of Frost & Sullivan has evaluated the advances in food security technologies, and identified key innovations that will have an impact on empowering food security in the near-, medium-, and long-terms. As the food security industry has high standards for machines and components, it is critical to design sensors, especially for this industry and to meet internationally accepted standards and guidelines. The requirements of the food security industry are varied and companies need to offer diverse solutions and have an extensive product portfolio for every step in the automation process. Companies need to identify the key elements of transformation faster and apply strategies for better engagement and interaction with the other companies in food security domain.
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Podcast No
Author Sitanshu Ramrao Shastri
Industries Agriculture and Nutrition
WIP Number D6D3-01-00-00-00
Keyword 1 Food Security
Keyword 2 Food Security technologies
Keyword 3 Emerging Technologies in Food Security
Is Prebook No