Market Research Report
Global Agriculture Robots Market - 2019-2026
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|Global Agriculture Robots Market - 2019-2026|
|Published: September 30, 2020||Content info: 144 Pages||
Robotics and automation are the most focused technologies in present day agriculture sector. The integration of robotic solutions in farming practices is posing lucrative growth avenues globally. The rising demand for agricultural produce coupled with increasing population is forcing the governments and farming communities towards high-productivity farming practices such as precision farming and smart agriculture. Furthermore, the declining arable land and scarcity in agricultural inputs is also motivating the use of sustainable farming practices that adhere to the 'law of minimum' in food production. Robotics evolved as the promising solution for sustainable farming owing to their timely and accurate performance in wide array of crop production activities. Robots are integrated in various forms such as drones, robotic arms, autonomous harvesting machines and driverless tractors. These novel farm equipment help improve the quality and quantity of produce through their high capacity, precise, fast and automated operations in soil management, harvesting and crop protection activities
The global agricultural robots market valued USD 4.2 billion in 2018 and is estimated to reach USD XX billion by 2026, at a CAGR of 20% during the forecast period.
The rising interest towards precision agriculture is the primary growth factor for agricultural robots market. The need for improving agricultural productivity to meet the dietary needs of growing population is motivating the growing communities towards precision farming. According to The U.S. National Research Council (NRC), precision farming is a management strategy that uses information technologies to acquire and analyze data on crop production, and supports decision-making by scientifically elucidating how factors are interrelated. The capability of automated equipment to gather real-time information pertaining to crop, weather, soil and pests made robotics as the vital part of precision farming practices. Focus towards improving farming efficiency to attain sustainable development is motivating the farming communities towards automation and robotics. Robotics help improve the quality and quantity of the yield. Also, the utilization of robotics solve the issues such as lack of manual labor and overutilization of agricultural inputs
However, High cost of products is one of the major constraints in global agricultural robots market. Agricultural drones, driverless tractors and harvesters retails at very high cost. Driverless tractor in particular are recorded at significantly higher prices, as much as 60% than that of conventional tractors. For instance, the average selling price of Iseki's driverless tractor TJV655 in Japan is nearly 12million yen, whereas that of a conventional tractor with similar capacity is recorded as 7.1 million yen. The price of Yanmar's robot tractor launched in June 2018 cost around $97,000 to $127,000
The Global Agricultural Robots Market is segmented by type into agricultural drones, driverless tractors, UGVs & robotic arms and milking robots. Agricultural drones account for largest share in the global market. The potential benefits of these systems in traditional farm practices and advanced monitoring applications are supporting the demand for these devices.
By geography, North America is the largest market for agricultural robots with a market share of nearly 37% in terms of dollar sales in 2018. The U.S. is the leading user of drones in agriculture and livestock management applications globally. In the U.S., drones are used in several applications including seed planting, chemical spraying, crop monitoring and irrigation management
Milking robots also has significant growth potential in the country. According to Lely, a market leader for milking robots, the penetration of milking robots in the U.S. is nearly 5% of the total dairy farms and the number is likely to grow by 20-30% over the near future
The global agricultural robots market is highly fragmented with wide product differentiation. Large number of suppliers operating and product launches is intensifying the market competition. Agricultural drones segment has been witnessing several new entrants and product designs in the market. Companies such as SZ DJI Technology Co., Ltd., AgEagle Aerial Systems Inc. and PrecisionHawk are some of the leading players in the market. However, robotic categories such as driverless tractors and milking robots are significantly consolidated with very few companies holding significant share in the market. For instance, the milking robot sales in Europe is largely dominated by six companies - DeLaval, Lely, GEA, Boumatic, Fullwood Packo and SAC. These companies represent every unit sold in the region
Understand the current market scenario and viability of agricultural robots market over the forecast period.
Visualize the composition of the global agricultural robots market in terms of type, application, produce type, farm environment and geography to identify major players, growth potential, and market strategies
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Understand the key business factors such as market competition, product pricing, new product developments, and patent filings pertaining in the market
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Market Share Analysis covering business revenues ($) and revenue share (%) of key market players
Dairy Equipment Manufacturers
Automation and Robotic Solution Providers
Farming and Growers communities
Industry Investors/Investment Bankers
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