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Insight into Major Vendors' Patent Deployment in Plant Factory Technologies in 2013

MUMBAI, January 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Plant factory is an emerging industry that requires system integration across various fields in the ICT and agricultural industries, including air conditioning, clean rooms, insulation materials, LED lights, environmental control, sensor systems, Internet of Things, sterilization technologies, electrical equipment, hydroponic equipment, and cloud computing systems. It has drawn many technology companies, such as Panasonic, Fujitsu, CCS, Cree, Osram, Philips, Lumination, Foxconn, Delta Electronics, Ever light, and Wang Yong Hydroponics. Bharat Book Bureau presents Insight into Major Vendors' Patent Deployment in Plant Factory Technologies in 2013 (http://www.bharatbook.com/information-technology-market-research-reports/insight-into-major-vendors-patent-deployment-in-plant-factory-technologies-in-2013.html)

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This report profiles the pros and cons of different plant factory types and key technologies identified by using patent mining techniques, with major vendors' latest patent deployment and tracking highlights provided.

Table of Contents

  1. Definition of Plant Factories
  2. Types of Plant Factories
  3. Pros and Cons of Different Plant Factory Lighting Sources
  4. Natural Sunlight
  5. Total Artificial Lighting
  6. Mix of Natural Sunlight and Artificial Lighting
  7. Patent Mining of Plant Factory Technologies
  8. Patent Search Procedure
  9. Selecting a Patent Database
  10. Identifying Search Keywords
  11. Data Selection
  12. Data Analysis
  13. Results of Patent Mining
  14. Text Mining
  15. Data Mining
  16. Relative R&D Strength
  17.  Major Vendors' Development
  18. CCS Inc.
  19. Product Development
  20. Patent Deployment
  21. Fairy Plant Technology
  22. Product Development
  23. Patent Deployment
  24. Showa Denko
  25. Product Development
  26. Patent Deployment
  27. Panasonic
  28. Product Development
  29. Patent Deployment
  30. Fujitsu
  31. Product Development
  32. Patent Deployment
  33. Tracking and Observing Highlights
  34. Market Aspect
  35. Industry Aspect
  36. Technology Aspect

List of Topics

  1. Overview of plant factory types and the advantages and disadvantages regarding the lighting sources they use
  2. Analysis of plant factory technologies with patent mining techniques, which comprises of text and data mining
  3. Highlights of major vendors' patent deployment, with the use of Herfindahl- Hirschman Index to calculate the Originality Index and Generality Index of each patent
  4. Tracking and observing highlights are provided from the perspectives of market, industry, and technology, giving vendors a more complete picture of the latest development and future direction of the plant factory industry

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