Water Conservation Technologies In Agriculture

Water scarcity and regulatory scenario are driving the adoption of water conservation technologies globally

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Technologies play a major role in reducing water consumption. This current research service discusses about management practices and seven technologies that can reduce water consumption in agriculture: Drip irrigation, desalination, hydroponics, variable rate irrigation (VRI), aeroponics, atmospheric water generation (AWG), and sensors and smart meters. The research service also talks about global and region-wise trends of the technologies, Key technology stakeholders for each technology and Opportunity evaluation and technology evolution for next five years.

Table of Contents

1.0 Executive Summary1.1 Research Scope1.2 Research Process and Methodology1.2 Research Process and Methodology (Continued)1.3 Key Findings1.3 Key Findings (continued)1.3 Key Findings (continued)1.3 Key Findings (continued)2.0 Water in the Agriculture Sector 2.1 Irrigation is one of the Major Consumers of Fresh Water Globally2.2 Significance of Water Conservation in Agriculture 2.3 Three Types of Stakeholders Play an Important Role in Water Conservation 2.4 Water Management Practices2.5 Technology Snapshot: Drip Irrigation2.5.1 Companies Offering Drip Irrigation Solutions are Spread across the Globe2.6 Technology Snapshot: Desalination 2.6.1 Desalination is Being Explored by Technology Developers for Providing Water for Irrigation2.7 Technology Snapshot: Hydroponics2.7.1 Hydroponics is Forming the Basis for Many Modern Day Gardens 2.8 Technology Snapshot: Variable Rate Irrigation 2.8.1 VRI Products Improve Water Utilization Efficiency in Fields2.9 Technology Snapshot: Aeroponics 2.9.1 A Number of Companies are Integrating Aeroponics into Vertical Farms2.10 Technology Snapshot: Atmospheric Water Generation2.10.1 AWG Products are Available at Different Capacities that can Address the Varying Needs of Agriculturists 2.11 Technology Snapshot: Smart Water Management 2.11.1 Companies Provide Integrated Solutions Combining Sensors and Software Solutions3.0 Technology Adoption and Factors Influencing Technology Adoption3.1 Technologies Distribution: Drip Irrigation is the Predominant Technology Globally3.2 Drivers: Regulatory Mandates and Recent Technology Advances are Driving Adoption of Water Conservation3.3 Challenges: Capital cost and Technical Skill Requirement are Major Challenges for Technology Adoption4. Opportunity Evaluation and Roadmapping4.1 Opportunity Strategy Evaluation: All 7 Water Conservation Technologies Considered to Have High Investment Potential4.2 Water Conservation Technologies: Technology Development Scenario, Global, 2017-2022 5.0 Analyst Insights 5.1 Drip Irrigation and Desalination are Established Technologies while Hydroponcis and Aeroponics are Emerging 5.2 Sensors and Smart Meters are Expected to Play a Major Role in the Future of Water Conservation in Agriculture 6.0 Key Patents and Contacts 6.1 Key Patents in Drip Irrigation6.2 Key Patents in VRI and Sensors6.3 Key Patents in Aeroponics and Hydroponics Systems 6.4 Key Contacts7.0 Appendix7.1 Appendix A–Opportunity Strategy Evaluation: Definition of Criteria Used for Evaluation7.2 Appendix A–Opportunity Strategy Evaluation: Explanation of Quadrant Placement in the Matrix7.3 Appendix A–Opportunity Strategy Evaluation: Criteria-based Evaluation of Water Conservation TechnologiesLegal Disclaimer8.0 The Frost & Sullivan Story8.1 The Frost & Sullivan Story8.2 Value Proposition: Future of Your Company and Career8.3 Global Perspective8.4 Industry Convergence8.5 360º Research Perspective8.6 Implementation Excellence8.7 Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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