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Global IoT in Agriculture Market

Focus on Application, Product, and Country-Wise Analysis - Analysis and Forecast, 2023-2033

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The Internet of Things (IoT) in agriculture, also known as smart farming, is a fast-developing sector that uses a network of sensors, devices, and IoT apps to create a highly regulated, information-driven environment for crop and livestock production. This technology monitors field conditions, automates agricultural activities, and delivers rich data analytics to help farmers make more educated decisions.

In precision farming, IoT devices provide detailed insights into soil moisture levels, weather conditions, and crop health. Livestock monitoring with wearables tracks health and activity levels. Greenhouse automation controls temperatures, humidity, and light, and agricultural drones provide aerial imagery and soil health scans and can even assist in planting or spraying. These many IoT applications seek not only to boost productivity and yield but also to reduce environmental effects, thus making agriculture more sustainable.

Within the agricultural sector, the global IoT in agriculture market has seen major key players such as Microsoft, Deere & Company, and Robert Bosch GmbH, which are capable of providing a range of IoT in agriculture products. Key players are offering IoT in agriculture, targeting diverse markets via contracts, agreements, and partnerships to enhance their global presence.

New IoT in agriculture providers, which include component manufacturers, should focus on providing components for the IoT in agriculture, where the need for IoT seems unending.

The following can be seen as some of the USPs of the report:

•    A dedicated section on growth opportunities and recommendations
•    A qualitative and quantitative analysis of the IoT in agriculture market based on application and product 
•    Quantitative analysis of application sub-segment, which includes: 
o    Precision Crop Farming
o    Livestock Monitoring and Management
o    Indoor Farming
o    Aquaculture
o    Others
•    Regional and country-level forecast on IoT in agriculture, which includes applications such as precision crop farming, livestock monitoring and management, indoor farming, aquaculture, and others and products, including components.
•    A detailed company profile comprising established players and some start-ups that are capable of significant growth, along with an analyst view

Companies developing IoT in agriculture, companies offering IoT in agriculture components, and defense organizations should buy this report. Additionally, stakeholders from the defense industry should also buy this report to get insights about the emerging IoT in agriculture demand and the benefits they could derive from it.