Global Smart Agriculture/Farming Market 2018 | In-depth Research Studies on Products, Countries, Companies 2025

The global Smart Agriculture/Farming market report is a systematic research of the global Smart Agriculture/Farming market portraying the current state of affairs in the market. It projects the market development for the upcoming years. The report evaluates various aspects of the market influencing its expansions as well as the volume of the global Smart Agriculture/Farming industry. The report highlights the determined vendor overview of the market along with the summary of the leading market players.

The market assessment demonstrates the impact of Porter’s five forces on the global Smart Agriculture/Farming market expansion. The research emphasizes the global Smart Agriculture/Farming market on the basis of quantity [k MT] and revenue [USD Million]. Further, the report reviews the global Smart Agriculture/Farming market on the basis of the product type and customer segments. The growth of every segment of the market is also predicted in the global research report over the estimated period.

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The Report provides a detailed Global Smart Agriculture/Farming Industry overview along with the analysis of industry’s gross margin, cost structure, consumption value, and sale price, Processing Techniques, Network Management, Services Offered, Related Softwares Market, Social Media Marketing, Cost Structure, Supply Chain, Development Management Techniques, Retailers Analysis, Financial Support, business Strategies, Marketing Channels, Market Entry Strategies, Industry Development Challenges and Opportunities, Investment Plans, Economic Impact on Smart Agriculture/Farming Market.

This report studies the global Smart Agriculture/Farming market status and forecast, categorizes the global Smart Agriculture/Farming market size (value & volume) by key players, type, application, and region. This report focuses on the top players in North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, South America, and Middle East & Africa.

The global Smart Agriculture/Farming market is valued at million US$ in 2017 and will reach million US$ by the end of 2025, growing at a CAGR of during 2018-2025.

The major manufacturers covered in this report
Ag Leader Technology
AgJunction, Inc.
AGCO Corporation
Agribotix LLC
Argus Control Systems Ltd.
Autonomous Solutions, Inc.
BouMatic Robotic B.V.
CropMetrics LLC
CNH Industrial
CLASS
CropZilla Software, Inc.
DICKEY-john Corporation
Drone Deploy
DeLaval International AB
Deere and Company
Farm Edge, Inc.
Grownetics, Inc.
GEA Group
Gamaya
Granular, Inc.
Raven Industries, Inc.
SST Development Group, Inc.
Trimble, Inc.
The Climate Corporation
Topcon Corporation

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In short, Smart Agriculture/Farming market segments will provide precise and clear view of regions, applications, product type, and Smart Agriculture/Farming manufacturers. Qualitative and quantitative review of Smart Agriculture/Farming market aspects will point towards investment feasibility accordingly. The study also covers local, regional and global Smart Agriculture/Farming industry chain analysis.

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Technology Behind Life Criticality!

Fabulous! Tesla Model 3 is out, with a whooping price tag of around $78,000. Even, most of us have already been in to the experience of auto-pilot mode inside former Tesla models. The kind of luxurious and awesome feeling it provides is unmatchable in electric car segment so far.

To be practical, the cars are fitted with much more hi-tech components backed with robust applications. Because, the vehicles also carry the life criticality of its passengers while running. There are numerous features like remote parking, remotely opening of doors provided by powerful sensors all around the product make it a perfectly stand-alone entity.

But when it comes to the infrastructure behind this automobile many are not aware. The technology is called ‘Edge Computing’. Simply from the term itself, we can understand this as the computing that happens at the edge of a network connection.

It’s unlike cloud computing where data is being stored & computed from a central repository. Like Tesla car, many more industrial machines under IoT create lots of data while running. So, when it’s required to perform & provide the required service to the passenger & engineer respectively, the computation should happen at the source of data generation thereby the time to respond turns immediate. And that’s what we expect from an autonomous car.

Otherwise, it will be a threat to human life. So, in a nutshell every tesla car can be considered as a micro data center which continuously remains connected on a network to store & process huge amount of critical information concurrently thereby delivering fully-safe autonomous driving experience. Far way to go.. #TheEdge!

More than Half of the Smartphones Glasses will Break by 2020

Gadget desk Sales of glass-backed smartphones are increasing rapidly and by 2020 60% of the phones in the world will be glass-backed. This information is given by Research firm CounterPoint in its report.

According to this report, the premium segment of the glass-back phone is already 80% of the proportion. 64% of Apple and 36% of Samsung’s smartphones are glass-backed.

According to the CounterPoint report, in the year 2016 there were only 7% glass-backed phones in the world. Which increased to 13% in 2017 and in 2018, 26% phones come with glass-backs.

Counterpoint Associate Director Tarun Pathak said, the number of premium smartphones that were launched in 2018 was mostly glass-backed.

According to this report, in 2019, 41% of the phones will be glass-backed and by 2020 60% of the phones will be available with glass-back.

He told that wireless charging becomes easier when glass-back is done. In the coming days, the option of wireless charging will also increase in the mid-segment phones.

Whatsapp to Change Specific Countries around the World

The world’s most popular messaging service, AppWhatSpepe, on Tuesday said that according to the guidelines of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), it has established a system of payment related data within the country.

On April 6, the RBI had asked all operators who paid the payment service in their guidelines to ensure that all the data related to payment would be stored only on a system established in India or on the server. The Reserve Bank had given the companies the deadline till October 15 to do so.

A spokeswoman for Whatsapp said, “About one million people in India are using experimental payment service for sending WhatsApp to send money to each other safely and in a simple way. In order to comply with the Reserve Bank’s Data Collection Circular, we have set up a system which will collect all the payment related data locally in India itself.

He said that this service is planned to be started in the country soon so that it can contribute to fulfill the country’s financial inclusion goals. In its order in April, the Reserve Bank had said that in order to ensure better monitoring of payment service operators, it is important to have informal monitoring access to these data.

Also, this access to service providers, intermediaries and third party service providers connected with the payment service. The RBI also said that these figures have to be kept in full detail of the transactions from the beginning of the payment to the end.

Internet Users may Experience Downtime for a While

Internet users around the world can experience network failures in the next 48 hours. This is due to the routine maintenance of the main domain server.

Rasia Today said that global internet users can experience network connection failures because the main domain server and its related networks will slow for some time.

During the maintenance work of Internet Corporation of Assign Names and Numbers (ICANN), cryptographic will be replaced, which helps protect the domain name system (DNS) or Internet Address Book.

In a statement ICANN said that to ensure a secure, stable and flexible DNS, Global Internet shutdown is necessary. This may affect some internet users if their network operator or Internet Service Provider (ISP) is not ready for this change. However, this effect can be avoided by enabling system security.

Internet users may have to face difficulties in opening a webpage or making a transaction in the next 48 hours. In addition, if users are using the old ISP, users may have to face inconvenience to reach the global network.