Global Smart Greenhouse Market Report 2022-2026

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A $ 2.4 billion Global opportunity for a smart greenhouse by 2026

In the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, the global Smart Greenhouse market estimated at 1.7 billion dollars in the year 2022, it is expected to reach a revised size of 2.4 billion dollars by 2026, growing at a CAGR of 9% over the analysis period.

Hardware, one of the segments analyzed in the report, is expected to grow at a CAGR of 8.5%, while growth in the Software and Services segment is readjusted to a revised CAGR of 11.4%. The smart greenhouse refers to a greenhouse in which crops are grown without human involvement and without climate change.

In other words, smart greenhouses are a controlled and self-regulated environment that facilitates the control of climatic conditions such as humidity, soil moisture, brightness and temperature inside the greenhouse in real time with the use of electronic systems such as sensors and actuators. In addition, an automated action is activated based on external environmental changes, which therefore helps to create the ideal conditions for plant growth. The main goal of a smart greenhouse is to increase productivity and generate better agricultural results.

Smart greenhouses continuously record and automatically transmit information about the crop and the environment. In these greenhouses, the data is collected and transmitted to an IoT platform and the algorithms convert it into information that helps to understand any irregularities or problems.

There is on-demand control of lighting and HVAC operations, as well as sprinkling and irrigation functions. Constant data monitoring supports the design of predictive models for the prediction of crop infection and disease risks. With the use of IoT sensors, it is possible to collect different data points in great detail. They offer real-time information on climatic conditions such as CO2, light exposure, humidity and temperature inside the greenhouse.

The global smart greenhouse market is driven by growing demand for food due to global population growth, increased adoption of AI and IoT in the agricultural sector, the growing trend of indoor agriculture, especially in urban areas, and the government’s growing efforts to encourage the use of smart agricultural approaches. MetoMotion’s GRoW robot uses advanced computers based on artificial intelligence for 3D perception and finds application in greenhouses.

The robot is built solely for greenhouse use, including algorithms (route planning) and flexible motion control. The growing demand for organic food around the world is also helping the market grow. Furthermore, the easy monitoring of crops facilitated by smart greenhouses is increasing their popularity.

The increase in rooftop agriculture in cities around the world also bodes well for the market. This practice generally includes the use of containers, aeroponics, hydroponics or green roofs. Such farms use rainwater, have a reduced human role, fewer pest attacks on crops and less air pollution.

The market is also gaining thanks to the growing popularity of vertical farming technology and the growing collaboration between private and public actors in the agricultural sector. Governments are facing many difficulties in ensuring constant food supplies, due to the growing population and unpredictable weather conditions. To address this concern, scientists are devising a wide range of innovative strategies. Under this initiative, farmers are now using high-end information technology to perform various agricultural operations.

The advent of smart greenhouses is bringing about a paradigm shift in the way agriculture was used previously. The introduction of wireless sensors allows users to gain comprehensive knowledge about accurate levels of temperature, carbon dioxide and humidity.

Driven by their abilities to significantly increase yield, demand for new technologies is seeing an upward momentum. Innovation occupies an important place in today’s highly competitive economic landscape and the agricultural sector is no exception. With the intention of encouraging farmers to build smart greenhouses, scientists are undertaking various research and development projects.

The growing use of high-end computers and cloud computing technologies is enabling farmers to collect and store a wide range of critical data. The new devices are assisting users in selecting the appropriate temperature, water and humidity levels based on their specific requirements.

One of the main benefits associated with using new devices is that they reduce the need to integrate additional infrastructure. The introduction of artificial intelligence and IoT systems are playing an important role in significantly improving work efficiency, as well as reducing energy waste. As a result, the application of advanced technologies is seeing a sharp increase. The advent of automated climate control, pH sensors and irrigation devices are helping farmers grow high-yielding fruit, vegetables and edible crops.

The new equipment includes wireless sensors that allow growers to monitor humidity and temperature levels in real time. Thanks to their superior features, the new devices are gaining ground among various farmers and greenhouse owners. Fueled by high growth prospects, several manufacturers are now developing easy-to-use, sustainable, and high-end IoT-enabled agricultural equipment. Apart from this, companies also use automated vehicles to easily transport various agricultural products. Driven by various benefits associated with their use, the demand for automated devices is expected to gain momentum.

What’s new for 2022?

  • Global competitiveness and market shares key percentages of competitors

  • Market presence in multiple geographical areas: strong / active / niche / banal

  • Interactive peer-to-peer collaborative custom updates online

  • Access to digital archives

  • Free updates for one year

Key topics covered:




  • Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and looming global recession

  • Year 2021 under review and short-term outlook

  • The protracted pandemic, the Ukraine-Russia conflict and the resulting economic disruptions affect growth prospects

  • The pandemic has an impact on the agricultural industry chain

  • The agricultural industry accelerates the adoption of advanced technologies during the pandemic

  • Small farms face considerable challenges

  • Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the smart greenhouse market

  • Smart farming transforms traditional farming

  • An introduction to the smart greenhouse

  • Technologies used in smart greenhouses

  • Hydroponic and non-hydroponic greenhouses

  • Advantages of the Smart Greenhouse system

  • Perspectives and perspectives of the global market

  • Hydroponics leads the smart greenhouse market

  • Europe: The leading regional market

  • competition

  • Competitive Market Presence: Strong / Active / Niche for Players Worldwide in 2022 (E)

  • World brands

  • Recent market activity

2. FOCUS ON SELECTED PLAYERS (Total 206 featured)

  • Argus Control Systems Ltd.

  • Certhon Build BV

  • Cultivar Ltd.

  • Growing desert

  • Growlink

  • Heliospectra AB

  • International greenhouse company

  • Cheyti

  • Logiqs BV

  • LumiGrow, Inc.

  • Motofoglia

  • Netafim Ltd.

  • Nexus Corporation

  • Prospera Technologies Ltd.

  • Rough Brothers, Inc.

  • Sensaphone


  • AgTech emerges as a new buzzword in the agricultural sector

  • A myriad of benefits of smart greenhouses to drive market gains

  • The growing adoption of the IoT presents vast opportunities for the smart greenhouse market

  • The growing adoption of the IoT in agriculture presents growth opportunities for the smart greenhouse market

  • Developments in artificial intelligence (AI) encourage growth in the greenhouse industry

  • The growing demand for food from the expanding world population stimulates the adoption of advanced agricultural techniques, driving market growth

  • Climate change exacerbates food security concerns

  • Market ready to take advantage of the increase in the consumption of organic food and the consequent increase in organic agricultural land

  • The growing popularity of vertical farming technology to fuel the growth of the smart greenhouse market

  • Vertical farming is attracting particular appeal amid the COVID-19 pandemic

  • Increasing adoption of indoor / rooftop agriculture in urban areas: potential for smart greenhouses

  • Smart greenhouses support the transition to precision farming

  • HVAC and LED: important technologies for smart greenhouses

  • LED grows emerges as the preferred lighting medium in smart greenhouses

  • High-tech greenhouses will be the future of agriculture

  • Automated greenhouse – the ultimate goal

  • Students develop a new smart greenhouse

  • Challenges facing the smart greenhouse market




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