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IDC FutureScape:全球农业的未来预测(2021年)

IDC FutureScape: Worldwide Agriculture 2021 Predictions

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IDC FutureScape:全球农业的未来预测(2021年) IDC FutureScape: Worldwide Agriculture 2021 Predictions
出版日期: 2020年10月27日内容资讯: 英文 15 Pages
简介

传统上,农业没有经历过高水平的DX(数位转换)。在大型农业公司实施DX战略时,许多农民不愿采用新技术。此外,新型冠状病毒感染(COVID-19)严重打击了农业公司的DX计划,削减了50%以上的IT预算。但是,在DX领域处于领先地位的公司已表现出对感染传播的强大抵御能力和敏捷反应,并且正在扩大与后来者的距离。随著时间的流逝,越来越多的农业公司将进入这一令人兴奋的DX业务。

在本报告中,我们将考虑世界范围内农业领域可能发生的技术和操作变更(总共10项),并总结相关信息,例如相关公司的管理人员将来应采取的对策。

IDC FutureScape预测的市场趋势(图)

执行摘要

IDC FutureScape预测

  • 外部市场驱动因素:摘要
  • 未来预测:对技术购买者的影响
    • 预测1:到2022年,全球55%的农场将引入一个农场管理平台作为数位记录系统来加速DX。
    • 预测2:到2024年,全球20%的最大农业公司将为客户和经销商提供改进的门户,以改善他们的购买和服务体验,其中35%的经销商销售和客户。提升NPS 15%
    • 预测3:到2026年,全球50%的最大农业公司将使用AI和机器学习来主动识别设备故障并激活维护工作,以实现平均维修时间。减少20%
    • 预测4:到2024年,将有85%的室内农业将使用IoT/AI来监控LED照明和灌溉设备,为客户提供利基按需服务,并将劳动力成本降低40%。
    • 预测5:到2025年,将有45%的拖拉机和农机将采用IoT传感器进行收成测绘和产量记录,这将使肥料失败的可能性降低80%。
    • 预测6:到2026年,将有75%的牲畜养殖者使用可穿戴设备收集有关动物健康和活动水平的实时信息,以提高运营效率和盈利能力。
    • 预测7:到2023年,将有35%的农场使用无人机来监控和管理农作物和牲畜,降低劳动力成本并管理更多的耕地
    • 预测8:到2023年,全球最大的农业食品公司的45%将实施基于区块链的食品可追溯性解决方案,以为客户提供从农场到餐桌的透明度。
    • 预测9:到2023年,将有40%的农户实施变速(VR)技术解决方案,以解决可持续性问题并将投入成本降低15%
    • 预测10:到2022年,将有40%的农业公司使用可穿戴设备来监控员工的健康状况和危害程度,从而导致60%的停机时间和40%的健康问题减少。
      • 相关市场驱动力
      • 对IT市场的影响
      • 推荐

给技术购买者的建议

外在市场驱动因素:详细信息

  • 加速破坏:危机,恢复力,机会
  • "信息随处可见" :数据驱动动作
  • "新的日常生活" :弹性的业务模型和运营模型
  • 信任危机:应对不断上升的期望
  • 重新定义客户参与度:安全,可靠和可持续的数字体验
    • 概述
    • 背景情况

参考

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目录
Product Code: US45941620

This IDC study presents the top 10 predictions and key drivers for the agriculture industry for the next five years. IDC Energy Insights has identified the main drivers that set the context and conditions for designing and executing agriculture companies' IT and operational technology (OT) strategies, tactics, and operations."Traditionally, agriculture hasn't experienced a high level of digital transformation. Many farmers are reluctant to adopt new technologies, while large agriculture firms have been executing on their digital transformation strategies. COVID-19 has significantly impacted agriculture organizations' digital transformation plans, and over 50% of farms around the world are cutting their IT spending. However, the organizations that are further along the DX journey will display more resilience and agility coming out of the pandemic and will widen the gap with their peers that are lagging behind. Over time, we expect to see more and more agriculture organizations join this exciting DX journey," says John Zhang, research analyst, Worldwide Agriculture, IDC Energy Insights.

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Executive Summary

IDC FutureScape Predictions

  • Summary of External Drivers
  • Predictions: Impact on Technology Buyers
    • Prediction 1: By 2022, 55% of Farms Globally Will Adopt Digital Record-Keeping Practices Through the Use of Farm Management Platforms as Systems of Record to Accelerate Their Digital Transformation Journey
      • Associated Drivers
      • IT Impact
      • Guidance
    • Prediction 2: By 2024, 20% of G2000 Agriculture OEMs Will Offer Enhanced Customer and Dealer Portals to Improve the Buying and Service Experience, Improving Dealer Sales by 35% and Customer NPS by 15%
      • Associated Drivers
      • IT Impact
      • Guidance
    • Prediction 3: By 2026, 50% of G2000 Agriculture OEMs Will Leverage AI and Machine Learning to Predictively Identify Equipment Failures, Triggering Service Maintenance Work to Lower Mean Time to Repair by 20%
      • Associated Drivers
      • IT Impact
      • Guidance
    • Prediction 4: By 2024, 85% of Indoor Farming Will Leverage IoT and AI to Monitor LED Lights and Water Irrigation, Resulting in Niche On-Demand Services for Customers and Bringing Down the Cost of Labor by 40%
      • Associated Drivers
      • IT Impact
      • Guidance
    • Prediction 5: By 2025, 45% of Tractors and Agriculture Equipment Will Have Embedded IoT Sensors for Yield Mapping and Harvest Record; This Will Reduce the Probability of Applying Wrong Fertilizers by 80%
      • Associated Drivers
      • IT Impact
      • Guidance
    • Prediction 6: By 2026, 75% of Livestock Farmers Will Use Wearables to Provide Real-Time Information on Animal Health and Activity Levels to Improve Operational Efficiency and Increase Profit Margins
      • Associated Drivers
      • IT Impact
      • Guidance
    • Prediction 7: By 2023, 35% of Farms Will Use Drones to Monitor and Manage Crops and Livestock to Reduce Labor Costs and Manage More Acreage
      • Associated Drivers
      • IT Impact
      • Guidance
    • Prediction 8: By 2023, 45% of the World's Largest Agrifood Companies Will Have Implemented a Blockchain-Based Food Traceability Solution to Provide Customers with Transparency from Farm to Table
      • Associated Drivers
      • IT Impact
      • Guidance
    • Prediction 9: By 2023, 40% of Crop Farmers Will Adopt Variable Rate Technology Solutions to Apply Chemicals and Irrigation to Address Environmental Sustainability Concerns and Lower Input Costs by 15%
      • Associated Drivers
      • IT Impact
      • Guidance
    • Prediction 10: By 2022, 40% of Agriculture Companies Will Use Wearables to Monitor Employee Health and Exposure to Hazardous Conditions, Resulting in 60% Less Processing Downtime and 40% Fewer Health-Related Cases
      • Associated Drivers
      • IT Impact
      • Guidance

Advice for Technology Buyers

External Drivers: Detail

  • Accelerated Disruption - Crisis, Resilience, and Opportunity
  • Intelligence Everywhere - Data Drives Action
  • The Next Normal - Resilient Business and Operating Models
  • Crisis of Trust - Meeting Rising Expectations
  • Customer Engagement Redefined - Safe, Secure, and Sustainable Digital Experience

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