• Alpha Brown has concluded a first of its kind study, based on research and an extensive survey of over 1,300 farmers and growers, in order to analyze and estimate the potential market for robotic harvesting solutions. Considering the initial starting point of the market, and until it is fully developed and introduced to the widespread market, it is believed that only certain groups of growers and farmers will adopt the technology in the beginning. Therefore, this study set out to identify the potential early adopters of robotic harvesting technology – who are expected to be the first buyers of these solutions.

The report contains 40 pages and 30 figures, as detailed below:

  • Research methodology and information sources
  • The need and present situation
  • Farmers’ interest in the technology
  • Early adopter market value
  • Characterizing most likely early adopters – farm size category, crop types
  • Return on Investment (ROI) calculation
  • Where and how to focus development efforts
  • Crop-specific analysis and market insights regarding different crops:
    • Fruits
    • Grapes
    • Vegetables
    • Greenhouse crops
  • Prominent solutions which are currently on the market or in development

List of figures:

  • Figure 1 - Respondent country.
  • Figure 2 - Farm size distribution.
  • Figure 3 - How familiar are you with the concept of robotic harvesting machines?.
  • Figure 4 - Who does the picking/harvesting on the farm?.
  • Figure 5Perceived advantages of robotic harvesting.
  • Figure 6 - Deterrents - Reasons for not purchasing the technology.
  • Figure 7 – Current scope of use and future intentions of purchase.
  • Figure 8 - Perceived advantages of robotic harvesting.
  • Figure 9 % of growers that reported above average labor costs - comparison of routine and harvest time, by crop type.
  • Figure 10- Routine and harvest labor costs as % of gross operation expenses - fruit growers
  • Figure 11 - Who does the picking/harvesting on the farm - fruit growers
  • Figure 12 - How familiar are you with the concept of robotic harvesting machines? - fruit growers
  • Figure 13 - Do you own a robotic harvesting machine? - fruit growers
  • Figure 14 - Farm size distribution - vine & table grape growers
  • Figure 15 - Routine and harvest labor costs as % of gross operation expenses - vine & table grapes
  • Figure 16 - How familiar are you with the concept of robotic harvesting machines? - vine & table grape growers
  • Figure 17 - Farm size distribution - vine & table grape growers
  • Figure 18 - Deterrents - vine & table grape growers
  • Figure 19 - Advantages - vine & table grape growers
  • Figure 20 - Farm size distribution - greenhouse crop growers
  • Figure 21 - Routine and harvest labor costs as % of gross operation expenses - greenhouse growers
  • Figure 22 - Who does the picking/harvesting on the farm? - greenhouse crop growers
  • Figure 23 - Who does the picking/harvesting on the farm? - greenhouse crop growers
  • Figure 24 - Deterrents - greenhouse crop growers
  • Figure 25 - Advantages - greenhouse crop growers
  • Figure 26 - Farm size distribution - vegetable growers
  • Figure 27 - Routine and harvest labor costs as % of gross operation expenses - vegetable growers
  • Figure 28 - Who does the picking/harvesting on the farm? - vegetable growers
  • Figure 29 - Do you own a robotic harvesting machine? - vegetable growers
  • Figure 30 - Advantages - vegetable growers

 

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For more details about this report and to review the executive summary please contact us at: info@alphabrown.com

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