The Latest Research Report published by Global Reports Store on ‘Precision Farming Software Industry Forecast 2019-2025’. Which contains 120 Pages, 80 Figures, and Tables, With a detailed description of past, present, and future of Precision Farming Software Industry along with 15 Companies detailed profile analysis. Global Precision Farming Software Industry to reach USD 1862.8 million by 2025.
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Global Precision Farming Software Industry valued approximately USD 533.7 million in 2016 is anticipated to grow with a healthy growth rate of more than 14.9% over the forecast period 2019-2025. Increasing the focus of farmers on improving productivity, crop yield, and farm efficiency and growing use of web-based software for farming are the major factors that are driving the growth in the Global Precision Farming Software Industry. However, the lack of human resources with proper technical knowledge, poor internet connectivity in some of the developing economies and legal restrictions associated with using personal data are the main reasons that hamper Industry growth. The precision farming software is designed to improve the yield and revenue of crops using data-driven insights. This software assists by providing information such as environmental factors, planting schedule and maintenance instructions that could affect the crop. The precision farming software also provides analytics features like yield size, expected waste and profit in the Industry, hence allowing farmers to make proper decisions during each growth cycle.
Market Player in ‘Precision Farming Software Industry’:
Deere & Company, Trimble Inc, Agjunction, Inc., SST Development Group Inc., Iteris, Inc., Raven Industries Inc., AG Leader Technology, Conservis Corporation, Dickey-John Corporation, Farmers Edge Inc., The Climate Corporation, Topcon Positioning Systems, Inc., Key Innovators, Granular, Inc., Aururas S.R.L, Grownetics, Inc. and so on.
By Delivery Model:
Weather Tracking and Forecasting
Farm Labor Management
By Service Provider:
Managed Services Providers
Assisted Professional Services Providers
Connectivity Services Providers
Maintenance, Software Upgradation, and Support Services Providers
North America (USA, Canada)
Europe (Germany, U.K., France, Italy, Rest of Europe)
APAC (China, India, Japan, Rest of Asia-Pacific)
RoW (Latin America, Middle East & Africa)
The regional analysis of the Global Precision Farming Software Industry is considered for the key regions such as Asia Pacific, North America, Europe, Latin America and the Rest of the World. North America is the leading/significant region across the world in terms of the Industry share. Whereas, owing to countries such as China, Japan, and India, the Asia Pacific region is anticipated to exhibit a higher growth rate / CAGR over the forecast period 2019-2025.
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High lite Form This Research Report:
1 Business Overview: An exhaustive description of the companies operation and business divisions.
2 Corporate Strategy: Analyst’s summarisation of the companies business strategy.
3 SWOT Analysis: A detailed analysis of company Strength, Weakness, Opportunity, and Threats.
4 Company History: Progression of key events associated with the company.
5 Major Products and Services: A list of major Products, Services, and Brands of the company.
6 Key Competitors: A list of key competitors to the company.
7 Important Locations and subsidiaries: a list and contact details of key locations and subsidiaries of the company.
Table of Contents – Major Key Points
Chapter 1: Executive summary
Chapter 2: Scope of the report
Chapter 3: Market research methodology
Chapter 4: Introduction
Chapter 5: Market landscape
Chapter 6: Market segmentation by product
Chapter 7: Key leading countries
Chapter 8: Market drivers
Chapter 9: Impact of drivers
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