The global autonomous farm equipment market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 14.52% during the forecast period. Based on technology, the global autonomous farm equipment market has been classified as partially autonomous and fully autonomous.
The most common partially autonomous farm equipment are tractors. Partially autonomous tractors require human assistance in some of their operations. The technologies associated with partially autonomous farm equipment involve guidance and coordination between equipment with a driver behind the wheel. Guidance technologies such as automatic steering use geographic technologies such as GNSS to enable the movement of equipment around the field without requiring human assistance.
Other technologies such as infrared cameras help the equipment to operate in low light or night time. Some of the examples of partially autonomous technologies include the Fuse Guidance and Autonomy systems of AGCO and AutoTrac and StarFire Technologies by Deere & Company. These technologies require some amount of human monitoring. With the maturation of technology, human intervention will decrease. These equipment do not require drivers. However, on a few occasions, they might require controllers who may supervise farm operations externally. Hence, the global autonomous farm equipment market by partially autonomous segment is expected to grow at a steady rate during the forecast period.
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