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GIS Based Agriculture Market by Type (On-Premise, On-Cloud) by Distribution Channel (Crop Monitoring, Irrigation Monitoring, Soil Analysis, Other)- Growth, Future Prospects And Competitive Analysis, 2016 - 2028

Published Date: Feb 2022
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Report ID: 60494
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Report Format: PDF
Agriculture
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Pages: 132
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Rating: 4.2 (38)

GIS Based Agriculture Market

GIS-based agriculture and other advancements in digital technology will lead to Agriculture 4.0, where cutting-edge technological developments will revolutionize a traditional line of work.

Out of all sectors, it is probably the agriculture industry that appears to be relatively untouched by new digital technologies like AI and machine learning. However, that could change very soon. Already, farming equipment is being revolutionized by IoT.

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Global GIS Based Agriculture market is expected to witness CAGR of 14.07% during the forecast period. The revenue generated by the global GIS Based Agriculture market in 2021 was over USD 1,629.75 million and expected to generate revenue worth USD 4,308.50 million in 2028. The incremental growth opportunity offered by the global GIS Based Agriculture is estimated to be USD 23 billion between 2022 and 2028.     

Interesting Facts about GIS Based Agriculture Industry

  • GIS Based Agriculture is used to support pesticide and food safety regulations
  • GIS Based Agriculture effectively analyse soil data and determine best crops to plant
  • GIS Based Agriculture facilitate crop yield monitoring
  • GIS Based Agriculture Offers effective irrigation control
  • GIS Based Agriculture is very crucial in farming automation

Rapid Advances in Genetically Modified Crops

AI and machine learning will likely to provide a strong boost that will lead to rapid advances in genetically modified crops. Strongly interlinked sensors can allow for better crop growth and farm yields. Drone technology is already allowing remote monitoring of large fields. These latest technologies will help boost the efficiency and utilization of limited resources like water.

However, for these developments to become a reality, interconnected devices are necessary. According to a research, the use of new digital technologies could lead to a vastly improved crop output for the farming sector. Hence, agriculture can leverage the latest in sophisticated technology to bolster its contribution towards economic development. The implementation of new technologies can mean a substantial increase in farming output which will help limited land resources to produce enough crops to feed a rapidly growing population.

Need to Deploy Latest Technology

Currently, there is a gap between supply and demand. While demand is growing exponentially due to the rapidly increasing population, the supply side is unable to keep due to various factors like limited land resources.

Hence, the deficit between supply and demand is growing. To arrest this trend, it is necessary to utilized the latest technology that can directly aid farmers and help them produce more from their limited land resources.

The world’s population is expected to reach close to $10 billion by the end of 2050. Agriculture will have to implement innovative high-tech methods so that its growth in crop output can match the rapidly increasing population rate.

GIS Based Agriculture Facilitate Efficient Use of Limited Resource

Limited resources like water are already under strong pressure from the rapidly expanding population. As a result, a growing gap between water supply and its ever-increasing demand leads to severe water shortages in many parts of the world. The only way for limited water resources to boost crop yield is via the implementation of high-tech digital systems that can usher in a new agricultural revolution where husbandry efficiency can be dramatically reinforced. Developments in renewable energy are also imperative for sustainable agriculture.

Cloud Segment to Held the Largest Share

On-Premise and On-Cloud are major segments based on solutions. On-cloud segment dominated the market with highest share in revenue generated by the global GIS Based Agriculture market. While, Crop Monitoring, Irrigation Monitoring, Soil Analysis and Others are key application markets for the global GIS Based Agriculture industry. Crop monitoring is leading application of GIS Based Agriculture with over 30% share in 2021.

Consumers are also making greater demands such as better treatment of farm animals, less use of synthetic chemicals for farming, and more sustainable water usage. Agriculture 4.0 will help the farming sector fulfil these demands in many ways. For example, genetically modified crops develop with greater drought resistance and require less water and fertilizers while improving farm yields. AI and machine learning are imperative for new discoveries that will lead to superior genetically modified crops. Although the agriculture sector seems to be the least affected by emerging technologies, the status quo is rapidly changing.  

Some of the key players involved in the global GIS Based Agriculture market include; ESRI, Autodesk, Inc., Earth Observing System, Geosoft, Inc., Hexagon AB, Hi-Target Surveying Instrument Co. Ltd., L3 Harris Technologies, Oracle, Parrot SA, Pitney Bowes Inc., Pix4D, Takor Group Ltd., Topcon Corp and Trimble.

Frequently asked questions about global GIS Based Agriculture industry

Likewise other industries, COVID 19 also taken a toll on GIS Based Agriculture market with around 13.08% decline in its revenue in 2020 as compare to 2019

U.S. is the largest regional market with highest share in the total revenue generated by GIS Based Agriculture industry in 2021

Shrinking arable land, limited resources and growing population in turn need increase in crop yield. GIS Based Agriculture is very crucial in modern farming to improve crop yield.

On Cloud segment dominated the GIS Based Agriculture market in 2021 with over 60% share

Crop monitoring segment was the largest application of GIS Based Agriculture in 2021 with over 35% share

GIS Based Agriculture Report Scope

Report Attribute Details
Market Value in 2021 USD 1,629.75 million
Market Value in 2028 USD 4,308.50 million
CAGR 14.05% between 2021 and 2028
Benchmarking Year 2021
Past data 2016 – 2021
Forecast period 2022 – 2028
Report coverage Market Size Valuation, Share Analysis and Growth Rate by Segments such as Type and Application, Company Share, Competitive Landscape and Trends Analysis
Segments covered

Type

On-Premise

On-Cloud

Application

Crop Monitoring

Irrigation Monitoring

Soil Analysis

Other

Major Players Analysed ESRI, Autodesk, Inc., Earth Observing System, Geosoft, Inc., Hexagon AB, Hi-Target Surveying Instrument Co. Ltd., L3 Harris Technologies, Oracle, Parrot SA, Pitney Bowes Inc., Pix4D, Takor Group Ltd., Topcon Corp and Trimble
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