Smart Irrigation Market – Global Opportunity Analysis And Industry Forecast (2023-2030)

Meticulous Research®, a prominent global market research firm, has released a report titled ‘Smart Irrigation Market by Type (Weather Based, Soil Moisture Based), Component (Monitoring, Controlling, Connectivity, Software), Irrigation Type (Sprinkler, Drip, Surface, Pivot), End Use, and Geography – Global Forecast to 2030.’
According to the latest report by Meticulous Research®, the smart irrigation market is forecasted to reach $10.2 billion by 2030, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 22.4% from 2023 to 2030. This growth is attributed to several factors including the growing emphasis on water efficiency and conservation, the implementation of government policies promoting sustainable agriculture and efficient water resource management, and the increasing demand for soil moisture monitoring across various sectors such as agriculture, landscaping, and gardening. Furthermore, the integration of technologies such as IoT sensors, Wi-Fi, and GPS in irrigation controllers, as well as the rising adoption of weather and sensor-based controllers, are anticipated to provide significant growth opportunities in this market.
Nevertheless, the market growth faces hindrances due to the expensive installation costs associated with smart irrigation systems. Moreover, the inadequate water infrastructure in developing nations presents a significant challenge to market expansion.
Meticulous Research® has categorized this market into segments based on type, component, irrigation type, end use, and geography to facilitate thorough analysis. The report also assesses competitors within the industry and scrutinizes market dynamics at both regional and national levels.
Based on type, in 2023, the smart irrigation market is divided into weather-based irrigation and soil moisture-based irrigation segments. The soil moisture-based irrigation segment is anticipated to hold the largest market share. This method involves the utilization of sensors or similar technology to gauge the soil'

Smart Irrigation Market – Global Opportunity Analysis And Industry Forecast (2023-2030)

Meticulous Research®, a prominent global market research firm, has released a report titled ‘Smart Irrigation Market by Type (Weather Based, Soil Moisture Based), Component (Monitoring, Controlling, Connectivity, Software), Irrigation Type (Sprinkler, Drip, Surface, Pivot), End Use, and Geography – Global Forecast to 2030.’
According to the latest report by Meticulous Research®, the smart irrigation market is forecasted to reach $10.2 billion by 2030, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 22.4% from 2023 to 2030. This growth is attributed to several factors including the growing emphasis on water efficiency and conservation, the implementation of government policies promoting sustainable agriculture and efficient water resource management, and the increasing demand for soil moisture monitoring across various sectors such as agriculture, landscaping, and gardening. Furthermore, the integration of technologies such as IoT sensors, Wi-Fi, and GPS in irrigation controllers, as well as the rising adoption of weather and sensor-based controllers, are anticipated to provide significant growth opportunities in this market.
Nevertheless, the market growth faces hindrances due to the expensive installation costs associated with smart irrigation systems. Moreover, the inadequate water infrastructure in developing nations presents a significant challenge to market expansion.
Meticulous Research® has categorized this market into segments based on type, component, irrigation type, end use, and geography to facilitate thorough analysis. The report also assesses competitors within the industry and scrutinizes market dynamics at both regional and national levels.
Based on type, in 2023, the smart irrigation market is divided into weather-based irrigation and soil moisture-based irrigation segments. The soil moisture-based irrigation segment is anticipated to hold the largest market share. This method involves the utilization of sensors or similar technology to gauge the soil