Water Conservation Technologies In Agriculture 2017: Drip Irrigation, Desalination, Hydroponics, VRI, AWG and Sensors and Smart Meters - Research and Markets

DUBLIN--()--Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Water Conservation Technologies In Agriculture" report to their offering.

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.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Executive Summary

  • Research Scope
  • Research Process and Methodology
  • Key Findings

2. Water in the Agriculture Sector

  • Irrigation is one of the Major Consumers of Fresh Water Globally
  • Significance of Water Conservation in Agriculture
  • Three Types of Stakeholders Play an Important Role in Water Conservation
  • Water Management Practices
  • Technology Snapshot: Drip Irrigation
  • Companies Offering Drip Irrigation Solutions are Spread across the Globe
  • Technology Snapshot: Desalination
  • Desalination is Being Explored by Technology Developers for Providing Water for Irrigation
  • Technology Snapshot: Hydroponics
  • Hydroponics is Forming the Basis for Many Modern Day Gardens
  • Technology Snapshot: Variable Rate Irrigation
  • VRI Products Improve Water Utilization Efficiency in Fields
  • Technology Snapshot: Aeroponics
  • A Number of Companies are Integrating Aeroponics into Vertical Farms
  • Technology Snapshot: Atmospheric Water Generation
  • AWG Products are Available at Different Capacities that can Address the Varying Needs of Agriculturists
  • Technology Snapshot: Smart Water Management
  • Companies Provide Integrated Solutions Combining Sensors and Software Solutions

3. Technology Adoption and Factors Influencing Technology Adoption

  • Technologies Distribution: Drip Irrigation is the Predominant Technology Globally
  • Drivers: Regulatory Mandates and Recent Technology Advances are Driving Adoption of Water Conservation
  • Challenges: Capital cost and Technical Skill Requirement are Major Challenges for Technology Adoption

4. Opportunity Evaluation and Roadmapping

  • Opportunity Strategy Evaluation: All 7 Water Conservation Technologies Considered to Have High Investment Potential
  • Water Conservation Technologies: Technology Development Scenario, Global, 2017-2022

5. Analyst Insights

  • Drip Irrigation and Desalination are Established Technologies while Hydroponcis and Aeroponics are Emerging
  • Sensors and Smart Meters are Expected to Play a Major Role in the Future of Water Conservation in Agriculture

6. Key Patents and Contacts

  • Key Patents in Drip Irrigation
  • Key Patents in VRI and Sensors
  • Key Patents in Aeroponics and Hydroponics Systems
  • Key Contacts

7. Appendix

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Contacts

Research and Markets
Laura Wood, Senior Manager
press@researchandmarkets.com
For E.S.T Office Hours Call 1-917-300-0470
For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call 1-800-526-8630
For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900
U.S. Fax: 646-607-1907
Fax (outside U.S.): +353-1-481-1716
Related Topics: Agriculture, Water