Technology Convergence Enabling Agriculture 2.0

Utilization of Various Technological Innovations to Increase Productivity Yield and to Optimize Use of Input Parameters Associated in Agriculture

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The growing demand for high quality agricultural output for the rising population needs to be met with improvisations in the current agricultural practices. Therefore, utilization of updated precision agricultural practices which enhances the decision making system of the farmers needs to be adopted so as to increase the productivity yield per unit area of the agricultural field. Precision Agricultural practices can also be enhanced by the convergence of various technologies including vertical farming, crop sensors, equipment telematics, synthetic biology, enhanced efficiency fertilizers, integrated pest management and agricultural robots. These technologies enhance the decision support system of precision farm

Table of Contents

1.0 Executive Summary1.1 Research Scope 1.2 Research Process and Methodology1.3 Key Findings in Emerging Technology Convergence for Agriculture 2.02.0 Overview of Agriculture 2.02.1 Significant Need for Agriculture Technologies to Address Current Agriculture Challenges2.2 Future Needs of Agriculture: Increased Yield is of Utmost Necessity to Meet the Growing Demand for Food2.3 Precision Agriculture – A Brief Snapshot2.4 Precision Agriculture – Transformation in the Agriculture Ecosystem2.5 Precision Agriculture is a Convergence of Enabling Technologies2.6 Smart Agriculture Enabling Technologies—Decision Support Matrix2.7 Brief Overview on Technologies Enabling Agriculture 2.03.0 Convergence of Technologies3.1 Crop Sensors and Equipment Telematics 3.1.1 Crop Sensors are Important to Enhance Crop Yield by Several Folds without Increasing Farmlands3.1.2 Telematics Facilitate Real-time Data Transmission from Equipment used in Farms3.1.3 Emerging Innovations in Crop Sensors and Equipment Telematics 3.1.3.1 Utilization of Wireless Sensor Networks for Effective Farm Management 3.1.3.2 Development of Intelligent Spray Technology to Reduce Pesticide Consumption in Crops3.1.4 Crop Sensor Networks – Transformation in the Agriculture Ecosystem3.1.5 Challenges Addressed by Crop Sensors and Equipment Telematics3.1.6 Companies to Watch – Nitrogen Measurement in Crops is One of the Major Focal Areas for Crop Sensors3.1.7 Companies Innovate Using Machine-to-Machine Interaction to Enhance Agriculture in an Efficient Way3.2 Vertical Farming3.2.1 Vertical Farming Utilizes Lesser Primary Resources to Increase Productivity as Compared to Outdoor Farming3.2.2 Comparison Matrix for Various Parameters Used in Various Technologies in Farming – Snapshot3.2.3 Emerging Innovations in Vertical Farming3.2.3.1 Rotary Mist-based Aeroponic Vertical Farms for the Cultivation of Green Leafy Vegetables3.2.3.2 Rotating Hydroponic Farms with Highest Productivity Yield per Unit Area3.2.4 Challenges Addressed by Vertical Farming3.2.5 Stakeholders Involved in the Convergence of Vertical Farming with Other Technologies 3.3 Water Conservation Technologies3.3.1 Drip Irrigation Reduces Water Utilization in Farms as Compared to Conventional Irrigation Systems 3.3.2 Stakeholders Involved in Offering Drip Irrigation Solutions 3.3.3 Variable Rate Irrigation Technologies Facilitates Uniform Monitoring of Agricultural Fields3.3.4 Recent Developments in Water Management Practices3.3.5 Emerging Innovations in Water Conservation3.3.5.1 Microfluidic Water Sensors for Real-time Moisture Measurement and Irrigation 3.3.5.2 Utilization of Solar Power and Synchronization of Irrigation Systems with Smart Phones Reduce Water Consumption3.3.6 Challenges Associated with Water Conservation Technologies3.3.7 Stakeholders Involved in Offering Variable Rate Irrigation Solutions 3.4 Synthetic Biology3.4.1 Integration of Genetics, Biology, and Engineering Develops Sustainable Food Products with Enhanced Food Safety 3.4.2 Industrial Focus is on Enhancing Crop Health and Food Safety Through Cost-effective Solutions3.4.3 Enhanced Efficiency Fertilizers (EEFs) and Pest Management3.4.4 Emerging Innovations in Synthetic Biology3.4.4.1Utilization of Plant Growth Promoting Bacteria to Enhance Photosynthesis in Crop Cultivation3.4.4.2 Increased availability of Nutrients and Efficient Management of Pests Increases Crop Productivity3.4.5 Companies Strive to Maintain Nutrient Levels in the Soil Using EFFs to Increase Crop Yield Per Hectare3.5 Agricultural Robots3.5.1 Agricultural Robots are Digitally Equipped with Software Tools so as to Enable Real Time Monitoring3.5.2 Resource Efficiency in Agriculture Production3.5.3 Emerging Innovations in Agricultural Robots3.5.3.1 Autonomous Navigation Enabled Agricultural Robots to Increase Production Efficiency3.5.3.2 Patented Agricultural Robots are Capable of Increasing Harvest Rate Within Unit Area of an Agricultural Field3.5.4 Challenges Associated with Agricultural Robots3.5.5 UAVs with Computer Control Systems Are Incorporated to Reduce Manual Labor and Increase Efficiency 4.0 Conclusion4.1 Key Takeaway from the Convergence of Various Futuristic Agricultural Technologies 4.2 Key Takeaway from the Convergence of Vertical Farming and Equipment Telematics4.3 Key Takeaway from the Convergence of Agricultural Robots and Input Parameters5.0 Key Contacts5.1 Key Contacts of Stakeholders Associated with Agriculture 2.0




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