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ยานพาหนะไฟฟ้าและหุ่นยนต์ในการเกษตร 2020-2030

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The new 215 page report, "Electric Vehicles and Robotics in Agriculture 2020-2030" is unique in its breadth and depth. It embraces farming, forestry and turf care in the form of robotics, some initially with diesel vehicles. Mostly however, hybrid and pure electric agricultural vehicles are covered, mostly not robotic as yet.
There is no nostalgia from the past or rambling text, the results of the research being presented mainly in new infograms, graphs and timelines all focussed on the present, including much news from 2020, and future to 2030. Grasp the challenges of this industry from Japan and China to the UK and USA and the remarkable new technologies and systems approaches being adopted and what comes next.
This report is intended to assist all in the value chains of the agricultural sector in the wide sense of including turf care and forestry. Its topic is electrification and robotics because most of the time the two go together and their effect on this industry is pivotal. The up-to-date interviews, analysis and forecasts were prepared by globe-trotting, multi-lingual IDTechEx analysts at PhD level. The depth is unprecedented but it is presented without equations, the emphasis being commercial and societal impact.
The 34 page Executive Summary and Conclusions is sufficient for those in a hurry, with a critical appraisal listing 14 forces on the industry, seven reasons for going electric being compared, two infograms of the farm of the future, detail on main trends such as precision and ultra-precision farming, 18 primary conclusions brought alive with tables and graphics, adoption timelines, patent trend graph. See 16 categories forecasted by units, unit price and market value 2020-2030.
The Introduction then looks at problems, needs, emissions, water shortage, food demand increase and change in mix, regional differences in crops and approaches, crop yield and farmer age, wage and tractor purchasing trends. Here is the electric vehicle powertrain choice emerging and types becoming favoured in agriculture all being mainly in pie charts, graphs, tables and infograms.
Chapter 3 concerns Opportunities. See the UK compared with Japan, the economics of agricultural machines, the interest in small, even swarming robots in fields and precision forms indoors. The value chain and robotics as a service are analysed.
Chapter 5 brings it alive with over 70 organisations making or developing electric and robotic vehicles for agriculture, forestry, turf electric vehicles compared. Specific comparisons include lawnmowing robots and weeding robots for farms, for example. Electric tractors are a particular focus with seven illustrated case studies. Planters, transporters and forestry are also illustrates and there are critical comparisons throughout.
Chapter 6 scopes the six key enabling technologies with the seventh - autonomy - being the subject of chapter 7. "Electric Vehicles and Robotics in Agriculture 2020-2030" will be the reference book of this industry, updates being regularly incorporated as the subject is now changing rapidly.
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Table of Contents
1.1.Purpose of this report
1.2.Primary conclusions: where we are headed
1.3.Why we need electric agricultural vehicles
1.4.Farm of the future arriving now
1.5.Trends in types of farming
1.6.Primary conclusions: impediments to change
1.7.Primary conclusions: industrial trends EV and robotic
1.8.Primary conclusions: regional
1.9.Primary conclusions: technical
1.10.Primary conclusions: agricultural EV adoption
1.11.Patent analysis
1.12.Market forecasts agriculture electric vehicles 2020-2030 - number thousand
1.13.Market forecasts agriculture electric vehicles 2020-2030 - unit price $ thousand
1.14.Market forecasts agriculture electric vehicles 2020-2030 - market value $ billion
2.1.The problem with agriculture
2.2.Needs and emissions
2.3.Emission push for pure electric equipment
2.4.Greenhouse and local emissions in agriculture
2.5.Extreme water shortage
2.6.Growing population and growing demand for food
2.7.Agriculture by region
2.8.Major crop yields are plateauing
2.9.Aging farmer population and urban migration
2.10.The case for indoor farming including vertical farming
2.10.1.Challenges in vertical farming
2.10.2.Indoor farming robotics experiments and concepts
2.11.Powertrain trends for electric vehicles in agriculture
2.12.LPWAN and IOT to EVs and assets
3.1.View from the UK
3.2.View from Japan
3.3.Economics of agricultural machines
3.4.Transition towards to swarms of small, slow, cheap robots
3.5.Agricultural robotics and ultra precision = value chain upheaval
3.6.Business models between RaaS and equipment sales
4.1.Overview: drones, land EVs and swarming
4.2.Transition to swarms of small, slow, cheap robots
4.3.Swarming robots: land and air
4.3.1.SAGA and SwarmFarm
4.4.Low cost standard software: DroneAG
4.5.Hopping drones: Crop Hopper
4.6.Land based EVs for agriculture: Overview
4.7.Turf care robots
4.8.Electric robot weeders: FarmWise, Naio etc
4.9.3.Belarus Tractors
4.9.4.CNH Industrial
4.9.6.Fendt (AGCO)
4.9.7.John Deere
4.9.10.Ztractors Battery-electric
4.10.1.AGCO (Fendt) Xaver
4.11.2.Nelson Mandela University
4.12.Forestry and turf
4.12.2.Forestry: Logset, Sennebogen
5.1.Seven key EV enabling technologies for agricultural EVs
5.2.Traction motors
5.2.2.Choices of motor position
5.3.Batteries and supercapacitors
5.3.2.Future W/kg vs Wh/kg 2020-2030
5.3.3.Energy density 2020-2030
5.3.4.Li-ion battery cost (industrial) $/kWh) 2005-2030
6.1.How to charge the vehicles: start with solar for zero emission
6.2.Solar vs diesel cost analysis
6.3.Solar bodywork: agricultural vehicles University of Sydney, Tesla
6.4.Mobile solar gensets
6.5.Photovoltaics does not have to kill farming
6.6.Zero-emission smart cities: power and food independent
6.7.Envision Solar transportable solar charger tracks the sun
6.8.Anatomy of a typical solar + battery microgrid
6.9.Zero emission microgrids: solar, water, wind reinvented
6.9.2.New options beyond solar: relocatable, much less intermittent
6.9.3.Open tide "tide stream" power options mimic wind power options
6.9.4.Comparison of off-grid technology options
6.9.5.New power generating technology kVA comparison
6.9.6.Airborne Wind Energy developers
6.9.7.Why AWE may be better than a conventional wind turbine
6.9.8.eWind specifically targets AWE for farms
6.9.9.Open sea wave power technologies for aquaculture
7.1.Agriculture autonomy by application
7.2.Market and technology readiness by agricultural activity
7.3.Driverless tractors: AGCO, ATC, Kubota, Yanmar, Kinze, CNH
7.4.Robotic fresh fruit harvesting
7.5.Robotic ultra precision weeding
8.1.Autonomy components and integration
8.4.AI software and computing platform

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