Plant factory market was valued at USD 403 million in 2013 and is expected at USD 1.97 billion over ate forecast period. A blocked surrounding where plants are grown beneath artificial lights on shelves loaded up one on other is Vertical farming, plant factory (PF). Plant growth is controlled artificially to meet its requirement and eliminate harmful substances like poor weather conditions and pesticides. Plant factory is totally science based controlling spectrums which are best for the plant growth. This produces plants with constant cost, quantity, quality, harvesting time, and selling price as well. The absolute need of computerised process motivated by microprocessors, Semiconductor Company, and especially by the requirement of uncontaminated food. Global market is balanced to attain considerable expansion as the supply of food commences to adopt computerized progression. Grow lights are less expensive and more sophisticated to operate as wind & solar energy. Hence these are approved by plant factories and greenhouses. Increased crop-yield is achieved by the plant factory. Machines are organized by the robot technology to improve the yield of the crop and control weed. Robots eliminate the herbicides producing safer crop by maintaining strict hygiene and safety policies. They control quality, variety, and freshness of food working non-stop 24/7 unlike human being. Plant factories growing vegetables and fruits on shelves have improved the delivery of food with consistent quality and implemented competence in controlling production of food. Strawberries are type of a high return crop cultivated through this process round the year. Organic vegetables are produced in the food factories representing a step further in the process of automation providing food store help instantly. Farming does not depend on the climatic conditions anymore and organic vegetables are produces round the clock. The land area for farming is reducing day by day; this is the evolution of new type of farming. Local demand for food regularly is taken care by growing in warehouse. Food can be grown in the restricted area in houses as well producing efficient quality of fresh food consistently. The environment is controlled by light from LED, air, and culture solutions creating conditions optimum for the plants to grow. The quantity of temperature, carbon dioxide, light, and humidity concentration level is optimized unaffected by the vegetables growth rate and the weather. This helps growth two to four times sooner than grown in fields, and produce is raised by ten to twenty times. Plant Factories Market Driving Forces Demand for ability to grow food consistently Demand for ability to grow food locally Can grow food in warehouses Can grow food in the home Dedicating space that is efficient for producing food Fresh, sanitary food available consistently Food factories Ability to produce organic vegetables Ability to produce vegetables 24 hours a day Land available for farming depleting quickly New types of farming are evolving Growing of vegetables indoors all year round A plant factory allows the growing of vegetables indoors all year round. It is a system that artificially creates the environment necessary for plants to grow by controlling the amount of culture solution, air, and light from light-emitting diodes (LED). Because the amount of light, temperature, humidity, and carbon dioxide (CO2) concentration levels can be optimized without being affected by the weather, the growth rate of vegetables is two to four times faster than those grown in open-air fields, and yields are ten to twenty times higher. Visible natural light has a spectrum different from grow lights. Visible light is measured by lux or energy. Plant factory grow lights are different. Grow lights provide artificial light used for plant growth. The spectrum of growth lights is tuned to the plant growing task. Plant light has photons from the blue to red (400-700 nm) part of the spectrum. This is called growth light. Horticulture lamps address the role of light in the growth and development of plants. Plant growth is a function of photosynthesis. The plant growth lights work in three different ways: To provide all the light a plant needs to grow To supplement sunlight, especially in winter months when daylight hours are short To increase the length of the "day" in order to trigger specific growth and flowering Because the amount of light, temperature, humidity, and carbon dioxide (CO2) concentration levels can be optimized without being affected by the weather, the growth rate of vegetables is two to four times faster than those grown in open-air fields, and yields are ten to twenty times higher. According to Susan Eustis, lead author of the study, "Plant factories use growth light to automate and control growing. The ability to grow food consistently, locally represents a major breakthrough for humanity." Grow lights permit people to grow food in warehouses and in the home, dedicating previously unused space to a purpose and in a manner that is efficient for producing food. Plant factory market forecast analysis indicates that markets at $403 million in 2013 are anticipated to reach $1.97 billion by 2020. Growth is a result of the unmitigated march of automated process driven by the semiconductor industry, by microprocessors, and more directly by the need for food that is uncontaminated. The ability to use solar energy to grow food using LED lights is a compelling new way to produce food. Using plant factory technology the containers can be put in homes and restaurants, apartments and greenhouses to grow food more efficiently and that is not contaminated with pesticides or other things that should not be on food. The ability to grow food in layers, 24 x 7 represents a major shift in the way food is provided to people. It means fresh food can be available year around at home and anyplace a person is.
Table of Content Plant factory, vertical farming executive summary 46 Plant factory, vertical farming market driving forces 46 Plant factory vertical farming benefits 48 Harvested leafy vegetables 52 Plant factory spectral output and color temperature of light can be adjusted 53 Plant factory vertical farming challenges 55 Commitment to sustainable agriculture 58 Wheat, maize and rice 59 Efficiency of led grow lights 60 Plant factory vertical farming market shares 60 Plant factory market forecasts 62 1. PLANT FACTORY MARKET DESCRIPTION AND DYNAMICS 64 1.1 Plant Factories Allow Three-Dimensional Cultivation 64 1.2 High-Tech Urban Farming Solution: Vertical Farming 68 1.2.1 Plant Factory Self-Sufficient Farming 70 1.2.2 Vertical Farming 70 1.3 Plant Factory Definition 73 1.4 Container System Anytime, Healthy And Quality Seedling Production 76 1.4.1 Artificial Seedling Cultivation System Using A Container Provides Cost Performance 77 1.4.2 Compact Seedling Vegetable Cultivation System 78 1.5 Vertical Farming: Cities Could Be Food Producers 81 1.6 Photosynthesis 82 1.7 Light Reactions Increase Plant Yield 82 1.8 Japanese Plant Factory 84 1.8.1 Plant Factories 85 1.9 Organic Farming 89 1.9.1 Size Fan For Traditional Lighting System 90 1.9.2 LED Lighting System 91 1.10 Hydroponics 91 2 Plant Factory, Vertical Farming Market Shares and Forecasts 2.1 Plant Factory, Vertical Farming Market Driving Forces 2.1.1 Plant Factory Vertical Farming Benefits 2.1.2 Harvested Leafy Vegetables 2.1.3 Plant Factory Spectral Output And Color Temperature Of Light Can Be Adjusted 2.1.4 Plant Factory Vertical Farming Challenges 2.1.5 Commitment To Sustainable Agriculture 2.1.6 Wheat, Maize And Rice 2.2 Plant Factory Vertical Farming Market Shares 2.2.1 Japanese Plant Factory 2.2.2 Japan Has the Most Plant-Factories 2.2.3 Taiwan Has The World\'s Most Advanced Plant-Factory Technologies 2.2.4 Taiwan Plant Factory 2.2.5 Plant Factory China Changchun Agricultural Expo Park 2.2.6 Ever Light Electronics Co. Ltd. Plant Farm 2.2.7 LED Manufacturer: Everlight Electronics 2.2.8 Spread Co 2.2.9 Han Hai Precision 2.2.10 Pacific Construction Company 2.2.11 Gotham Greens 2.2.12 AeroFarms 2.2.13 Granpa Co 2.2.14 Nihon Advanced Agri Life Science Business 2.2.15 Iwasaki Revenue 2.2.16 Iwasaki EYE Hortilux 2.2.17 Philips Plant Sensitivity For Colors Of Light 2.2.18 Philips Agrosun® Gold 2.2.19 Best Green Life Vegetable Garden LED Kit for Indoor Garden 2.2.20 Efficiency of LED Grow Lights 2.3 Plant Factory Market Forecasts 2.3.1 Plant Factory Market Segment Forecasts Dollars, Worldwide, 2.3.2 Large Warehouse Plant Factory Market Segment Forecasts Dollars, Worldwide, 2.3.3 Home / Restaurant / Apartment Plant Factory Market Forecasts 2.3.4 Community, Grocery, Employee Garden Plant Factory Market Forecasts 2.3.5 Green House - Vertical Farm Plant Factory Market Forecasts 2.3.6 Dialysis Patients 2.3.7 Development Of Plant Factories Has Challenges 2.3.8 Plant Factories Are Not Meant To Replace Traditional Agriculture 2.3.9 Visible Natural Light Has A Spectrum For Growth 2.3.10 Growth Light Spectrum Positioning 2.4 Plant Factory Prices 2.5 Plant Factory Market Control Systems 2.5.1 Plant Factory Construction Market 2.5.2 Ubiquitous Environment Control Systems 2.5.3 HPS 2.5.4 MH 2.5.5 Operating Cost Per Hour For A Light 2.5.6 Plant Factory Control Systems Solutions 2.6 Plant Factory Regional Analysis 2.6.1 Growth Markets 2.6.2 Plant Factory Operations in Japan 2.6.3 Taiwan 2.6.4 New Plant factory Construction in Japan 3. Plant Factory Description 3.1 Plant Factories Japan 3.2 Spread Co. 3.3 Grandpa Dome 3.3.1 Granpa Co Business Description 3.3.2 Granpa Co Plant Factory Features 3.3.3 JGC / Granpa Co., Ltd. 3.4 Nihon Advanced Agri Co.,Ltd 3.4.1 Nihon Advanced Agri Life Science Business 3.4.2 Nihon Advanced Agri Control of Light Quality 3.4.3 Nihon Advanced Agri Wave Length \"Wide-Band\" LED Lamps 3.4.4 Nihon Advanced Agri HEFL 3.4.5 Nihon Advanced Agri Vegetable Cultivation System Using HEFL Lighting Units 3.4.6 Nihon Advanced Agri Efficient, Energy-Saving HEFL 3.4.7 Nihon Advanced Agri Cultivation Without Using Agrichemicals 3.4.8 Nihon Advanced Agri Scheduled Production For Stable Supply 3.4.9 Nihon Advanced Agri LED and HEFL Lighting System 3.5 Cosmo Farm Iwamizawa City, Hokkaido 3.6 Social Welfare Corporation Cupid-Fair Plant Factory- 3.7 Iwasaki EYE Hortilux 3.7.1 Iwasaki Electric, Ltd 3.8 Aizufujikako Co., Ltd 3.9 Ryobi Group 3.10 Plant Factories Taiwan 3.11 Ever Light Electronics Co. Ltd. Plant Farm 3.11.1 Everlight Electronics License To Develop IEDA Home Based Plant Factories 3.12 Genesis Photonics Company Taiwan Plant Factory 3.13 Han Hai Precision 3.13.1 Hon Hai Partners 3.14 Pacific Construction Company 3.15 Nano Bio Light Technology Co., Ltd. 3.16 Taiwan YaSai Lab Plant Factory Information Systems 3.17 Red Plum Plant Factory 3.18 J&D Restaurant Plant Factory Taiwan 3.19 Cal-Comp Biotech Plant Factory Taiwan 3.20 Ting-Mao Plant Factory Taiwan 3.21 Genesis Photonics Plant Farm 3.22 Wei Chuan Foods 3.22.1 Wei Chuan Foods Plant Factory Meeting Exhibit 3.23 Delta Electronics Inc (å°é”é›») Plant Factory in Taiwan 3.24 Epistar 3.25 Formosa Epitaxy 3.26 Chinese Plant Factories 3.27 Jingpeng Plant Factory 3.28 Korea 3.29 JiSung Global Co., Ltd 3.29.1 JiSung Global BioFarm Seedling Set LED Indoor House Plant Cultivator Module 3.30 Robotech 3.31 Insung Tech Co Ltd 3.32 Best Green Life Co., Ltd. 3.32.1 Best Green Life LED Hydroponic Cultivator 3.32.2 Best Green Life LED Hydroponic Cultivator 3.32.3 Best Green Life Vegetable Garden LED Kit for Indoor Garden 3.33 Gimpo EUM Plant Factory 3.34 Chinese Plant Factories 3.35 Beijing IEDA Protected Horticulture Home Based Plant Factory 3.35.1 Institute of Environment and Sustainable Development in Agriculture (IEDA) Home-Based Plant Factory 3.35.2 Changchun Agricultural Expo Park 3.36 India 3.37 US Plant Factories 3.38 Gotham Greens 3.38.1 Gotham Greens’ Integration with Whole Foods Market 3.39 AeroFarms 3.39.1 AeroFarms Aeroponics Grows Plants In A Mist 3.39.2 AeroFarms Cloth Root Medium 3.39.3 AeroFarms LED Lighting 3.39.4 AeroFarms Modularity 3.40 Green Spirit Farms (GSF) Michigan and Pennsylvania Vertical Farms 3.40.1 Pennsylvania Builds World\'s Largest Vertical Farm 3.40.2 Green Spirit Farms 3.41 Google Vertical Farms 3.42 Philips In the US 3.43 Alterrus Systems and subsidiary Local Garden Vancouver 3.44 The Greenhouse Vertical Farm in Florida 3.45 MIT CityFARM Indoor Farming 3.46 Farmed Here Vertical Farm In Bedford Park, Illinois 3.47 The Plant Vertical Farm In Illinois 3.48 Green Spirit Farms in New Buffalo, Michigan 3.49 Mega\' Indoor Vertical Farm: Chicago Suburb 3.50 Vertical \'Pinkhouses Urban Farming 3.51 Purdue University 3.52 Caliber Biotherapeutics 3.53 Famgro Farms 3.54 Alegría Farm\'s Vertical Units 3.55 European Plant Factories 3.56 Philips and Greenhouse Grower Deliscious 3.56.1 Philips / Deliscious Case Study 3.56.2 Philips Vitro Plus Plant Factory 3.56.3 Philips Plant Factory From seedling to plant under LED lighting 3.56.4 Philips Horticulture Lamps 3.57 Netherlands Plant Factories 3.57 LEDHydroponics.co.uk 3.57.1 LEDHydroponics Benefits Of LED Grow Light Technology 3.57.2 Quantum LED Lights Growing Results 3.57.3 Quantum LED Light Absorption 4. Plant Factory Technology 4.1 Plant Factory Technology Leverages Buildings 4.2 Urban Vertical Plant Farm Concept 4.2.1 Mithun Architecture Vision of Urban Farming 4.3 Vertical Farming Key Technologies 4.3.1 Production Line for Plants 4.3.2 Plant Factory Light Source Control System 4.3.3 Modular Plant Factories 4.3.4 AeroFarms Aeroponics Grows Plants In A Mist 4.4 Green Spirit Farms (GSF) Vertical Farms Example 4.5 White LED Light Provides Good Wave Length For Leafy Vegetables 4.6 Red-White LED Light Good For All Vegetables 4.7 Healthy Foods 4.7.1 Plant Factory Growing of Stalk of Tsuburina 4.7.2 Salt content in Tsuburina 4.7.3 Cultivation of Tsuburina 4.7.4 Tsuburina Ingredients Have Prophylactic Effects 4.7.5 Inositol Group of Foods 4.7.6 Beta-carotene 4.7.7 Vitamin K 4.7.8 Proline 4.7.9 Minerals 4.8 Blue-white LED Light Used For Healthy Forming And Increasing Vitamins 4.9 HELF Units Relation Between Lighting Distance vs PPF 5. Agricultural Plant Factory Company Profiles 5.1 AeroFarms 5.2 Aizufujikako Co., Ltd. 5.2.1 Aizufujikako Business Description 5.2.2 Aizufujikako Features and Selling Points 5.3 Everlight Electronics 5.3.1 Everlight Electronics Revenue 5.4 Genesis Photonics (GPI) 5.4.1 Genesis Photonics Year 2014 Revenue 5.4.2 Genesis Photonics 3D COB 5.5 Gotham Greens 5.6 Granpa Co., Ltd. 5.6.1 Business description 5.6.2 Granpa Co Features 5.6.3 JGC / Granpa Co., Ltd. 5.7 Hon Hai 5.7.1 Hon Hai Precision Ind. Co. Ltd. 5.7.2 Hon Hai Precision Industry Ltd / Foxconn 5.7.3 Hon Hai Group Plant Factories 5.7.4 Hon Hai Partners 5.7.5 Hon Hai Establishes First LED Street Light Production Line in Guizhou 5.8 Hydrofarm 5.8.1 Hydrofarm Manufacturer Of Hydroponics Equipment And High-Intensity Grow Lights 5.8.2 Hydrofarm AgroSun Gold Halide 5.9 Inventec 5.10 Iwasaki Electric 5.10.1 Iwasaki Revenue 5.10.2 Iwasaki’s Quality Oriented Culture 5.10.3 Iwasaki EYE Hortilux™ 5.10.4 EYE Lighting International of North America 5.11 JGC 5.11.1 JGC / Granpa Co., Ltd. 5.12 Jingpeng Solar Powered Plant Factory 5.13 Natural Vitality 5.14 Nihon Advanced Agri Corporation 5.14.1 Nihon Advanced Agri Evolves Agriculture Into Cosmetics And Wellness 5.14.2 Nihon Advanced Agri 5.14.3 Business Description 5.14.4 Nihon Advanced Agri Features 5.14.5 Nihon Advanced Agri Plant Factory Business 5.15 Ozu Corporation 5.16 Philips Horticulture Lamps 5.16.1 Philips Lighting Positioning 5.16.2 Royal Philips Electronics of the Netherlands 5.16.3 Philips Enables Consumer Lifestyle 5.16.4 Philips Lighting 5.16.5 Philips Market Opportunity 5.16.6 Phiips Visicu 5.16.7 Philips Addresses Healthcare Landscape 5.16.8 Philips/Respironics Monitoring Solution Powered By Cinterion TC65i: 5.16.9 Royal Philips Revenue 5.16.10 Philips Healthcare Revenue 5.16.11 Philips Lighting Revenue 5.16.12 Philips Partnerships and Acquisitions 5.16.13 Philips Accelerate! Positioning 5.17 Rockwool® Group 5.17.1 Grodan Rockwool Grow Blocks 5.18 Rambridge 5.19 Ringdale ActiveLED® 5.20 Ryobi Holdings 5.20.1 Ryobi Holdings Co., Ltd. Company Information 5.20.2 Ryobi Holdings Business Description 5.20.3 Ryobi Holdings Features 5.21 Spread Co., Ltd. Company Information 5.21.1 Spread Co Business Description 5.21.2 Spread Co Features 5.22 Tingyi International / Wei Chuan Foods
List of Tables and Figures Table ES-1 Plant Factory Market Driving Forces Table ES-2 Vertical Farming Benefits Table ES-3 Plant Factory Benefits Figure ES-4 Plant Factory Trays Table ES-5 Plant Factory Advantages Figure ES-6 Plant Factory Spectral Output And Color Temperature Of Light Can Be Adjusted Figure ES-7 A Photo Of Inside The Plant Factory Module Table ES-8 Plant Factory Challenges Figure ES-9 Plant Factory Commitment To Sustainable Agriculture Figure ES-10 Plant Factory Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2013 Figure ES-11 Plant Factory Market Forecasts Dollars, Worldwide, 2014-2020 Table 1-1 Plant Factory Advantages Table 1-2 Plant Factory Benefits Table 1-3 PFAL Is A Plant Production Facility Components Table 1-4 Advantages of Vertical Farming Table 1-5 Vertical Farming Issues Addressed Table 1-6 Vertical Farming Benefits: Figure 1-7 Plant Factory Vertical Growing Variation Figure 1-8 Cosmo Farm (Iwamizawa City, Hokkaido) Figure 1-9 Plant Factory Container Systems Figue 1-10 Vertical Farming: Cities Could Be Food Producers Figure 1-11 Ozu Corporation Plant Factory In Japan Table 1-12 Plant Factory Control Aspects Table 1-13 Plant Factory Systems Control Figure 1-14 Ozu Corporation Lettuce Plant Factory In Japan Figure 1-15 Ozu Corporation Harvesting Lettuce In Japan Table 1-16 Calculations Of The Size Of Farming Fan Required Using Measurements Table 1-17 LED Plant Growth Lighting System Target Markets Table 1-18 LED Diode-Based Lighting Advantages: Table 2-1 Plant Factory Market Driving Forces Table 2-2 Vertical Farming Benefits Table 2-3 Plant Factory Benefits Figure 2-4 Plant Factory Trays Table 2-5 Plant Factory Advantages Figure 2-6 Plant Factory Spectral Output And Color Temperature Of Light Can Be Adjusted Figure 2-7 A Photo Of Inside The Plant Factory Module Table 2-8 Plant Factory Challenges Figure 2-9 Plant Factory Commitment To Sustainable Agriculture Figure 2-10 Plant Factory Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2013 Figure 2-11 Plant Factory Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2013 Figure 2-12 Plant Factory Market Shares in Japan, Dollars, 2013 Table 2-13 Plant Factory, Vertical Farming Market Shares, Japan, Dollars, Worldwide, 2013 Figure 2-14 Taiwanese Plant Factory Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2013 Table 2-15 Plant Factory, Vertical Farming Market Shares, Taiwan, Dollars, Worldwide, 2013 Table 2-16 Plant Factory, Vertical Farming Market Shares, China, Dollars, Worldwide, 2013 Figure 2-17 Ever Light Company Plant Farm Taiwan Figure 2-18 Philips Grow Lights Figure 2-19 Plant Factory Market Forecasts Dollars, Worldwide, 2014-2020 Figure 2-20 Plant Factory Market Forecasts Dollars, Worldwide, 2014-2020 Figure 2-21 Plant Factory Market Segment Forecasts Dollars, Worldwide, 2014-2020 Table 2-22 LED Grow Light Market Segments, Worldwide, 2014-2020 Figure 2-23 Large Warehouse Plant Factory Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2014-2020 Figure 2-24 Home / Restaurant / Apartment Plant Factory Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2014-2020 Figure 2-25 Community, Grocery, Employee Garden Plant Factory Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2014-2020 Figure 2-26 Green House - Vertical Farm Plant Factory Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2014-2020 Figure 2-27 Controlled Growing Environment Puts Attention On Plant Factories Figure 2-28 Development Of Plant Factories Figure 2-29 Growth Light Spectrum Positioning Table 2-30 Cost of Investment to Build a Plant Factory Table 2-31 Plant Factory Revenue Table 2-32 Plant Factory Yield Improvements Table 2-33 Plant Factory Vegetable Costs Figure 2-34 Plant Factory And Greenhouse Cultivation Control Systems Figure 2-35 Plant Factory Regional Market Segments, Dollars, 2013 Table 2-36 Plant Factory Regional Market Segments, 2013 Figure 2-37 Japanese Plant Factory Products Market Size Forecast Figure 3-1 Japanese Plant Factories Table 3-2 Plant Factory Crops Across Japan Table 3-3 PFALs, Plant Factories, Components Figure 3-4 Plant Factory Processes Control Every Part Of The Plant’s Environment Table 3-5 Spread Co Achieved Production Of 7.3 Million Pots Of Lettuce Per Year Figure 3-6 Spread Co Plant Factory Table 3-7 Spread Co. Kameoka Vegetable Factory Features Table 3-8 Nihon Advanced Agri Basic Cultivation Research Results Table 3-9 Nihon Advanced Agri Proximity Lighting Figure 3-10 Nihon Advanced Agri LED Systems for Plant Factories Figure 3-11 Nihon Advanced Agri LED Systems Advantages for Plant Factories Figure 3-12 Nihon Advanced Agri3 Wave Length "wide-band" LED lamps [panel type][Super thin] Table 3-13 Nihon Advanced Agri Photon Flux Density Figure 3-14 Nihon Advanced Agri Optimum Plant Factory System For Making Seedlings Figure 3-15 Nihon Advanced Agri White LED Systems for Plant Factories Figure 3-16 Nihon Advanced Agri Red-white LED Systems for Plant Factories Figure 3-17 Nihon Advanced Agri Blue-White LED Systems for Plant Factories Figure 3-18 Nihon Advanced Agri White LED Systems for Plant Factories Figure 3-19 Nihon Advanced Agri Red White LED Systems for Plant Factories Figure 3-20 Nihon Advanced Agri Blue White LED Systems for Plant Factories Figure 3-21 Nihon Advanced Agri Far Red LED Systems for Plant Factories Table 3-22 Nihon Advanced Agri Business Plant Factory Table 3-23 Nihon Advanced Agri HEFL Lighting Technology Features Figure 3-24 Nihon Advanced Agri Red Light Figure 3-25 Nihon Advanced Agri Blue Grow Light Figure 3-26 Plant Factory Shelving Integrated System Figure 3-27 Nihon Advanced Agri Figure 3-28 Nihon Advanced Agri Strawberry Growing Figure 3-29 Nihon Advanced Agri LED and HEFL Lighting System Figure 3-30 Cosmo Farm Uses Fully Artificial Light Figure 3-31 Social Welfare Corporation Cupid-Fair Plant Factory Figure 3-32 Iwasaki Electric Plant Factory And Greenhouse Cultivation Figure 3-33 Iwasaki Electric Plant Factory Figure 3-34 METI Typical Plant Factory Agricultural Scene Figure 3-35 Aizufujikako Co., Ltd Leaf lettuce Figure 3-36 Taiwan Plant Factory Figure 3-37 Lettuce Varieties For Plant Factory Starters in Taiwan Table 3-38 National Taiwan University’s Department of Bio-Industrial Mechatronics Engineering Identification of Plant Farm Issues Table 3-39 National Taiwan University’s Department of Bio-Industrial Mechatronics Engineering Identification of Plant Farm Return On Investment (ROI) Issues Figure 3-40 Ever Light Company Plant Farm Taiwan Figure 3-41 Genesis Company Taiwan Plant Factory Figure 3-42 Pacific Group Plant Factory Taiwan Figure 3-43 Nano Bio Light Technology Plant Factory Strawberries Table 3-44 Nano Bio Light Technology Plant Factory Scientific Basis Figure 3-45 Nano Bio Light Technology Maximum Light Intensity Figure 3-46 Nano Bio Light Technology Plant Factory Lettuce Figure 3-47 Nano Bio Light Technology Figure 3-48 Nano Bio Light Technology Tissue Culture Cart Spectrum and Light Intensity Figure 3-49 Taiwan YaSai Lab Plant Factory Information Systems Figure 3-50 Red Plum Plant Factory Figure 3-51 J&D Restaurant Plant Factory Taiwan Figure 3-52 J&D Restaurant Plant Factory Shelving Taiwan Figure 3-53 Cal-Comp Biotech Plant Factory Taiwan Figure 3-54 Ting-Mao Plant Factory Taiwan Figure 3-55 Wei Chuan Foods Plant Factory Meeting Exhibit Figure 3-56 Delta Electronics Plant Factory Figure 3-57 Plant Factory At The Headquarters of CAAS Figure 3-58 Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences Vegetables Growing In A Plant Factory In Beijing Figure 3-59 Chinese Technology for Plant Factories Figure 3-60 Types of Vegetables Usually Grown in Chinese Plant Factories. Figure 3-61 Location of Plant Factories in China Figure 3-62 Jingpeng Plant Factory Research Figure 3-63 Jingpeng Plant Factory Figure 3-64 BioFarm- Seedling Set LED Indoor House Plant Cultivator Module Plant Factory Figure 3-65 Gimpo EUM Plant Factory Figure 3-66 IEDA Family Plant factory exhibited in Shanghai EXPO Figure 3-67 IEDA Plant Factory For Leaf Vegetable Production Figure 3-68 IEDA Plant Factory Using LED Lighting Figure 3-69 Gotham Greens Figure 3-70 Gotham Greens Swiss Chard Figure 3-71 Gotham Greens New York City Greenhouse Locations Figure 3-72 Gotham Greens Plant Factory Located in New York City Figure 3-73 Gotham Greens and Whole Foods Plant Factory Integration with CHP and Solar PV System Figure 3-74 Gotham Greens PV Solar Sustainable Agriculture Figure 3-75 AeroFarms System Table 3-76 AeroFarms Plant Factory Focus Table 3-77 AeroFarms Aeroponics Functions Figure 3-78 AeroFarms Aeroponics Grows Plants In A Mist Table 3-79 AeroFarms Light Emitting Diode (LED) Lighting Vertical Farming Systems Advantages Table 3-80 AeroFarms Light Emitting Diode (LED) Lighting Farming Advantages Figure 3-81 AeroFarms: Clean, Safe and Green Crops Figure 3-82 AeroFarms Modular Growing System Figure 3-83 AeroFarms System Customizable Modules Figure 3-84 Michigan’s Green Spirit Farms (GSF) Vertical Farm Figure 3-85 Michigan’s Green Spirit Farms (GSF) Vertical Farm Shelving Figure 3-86 Pennsylvania Vertical Farm Growing Plants Figure 3-87 Vertical Farming/Pennsylvania Figure 3-88 Green Spirit Vertical Farms Figure 3-89 Google Vertical Farm Concept Drawing Figure 3-90 Alterrus Systems Empty Figure 3-91 Greenhouse Vertical Farm in Florida Figure 3-92 Greenhouse Vertical Farm Figure 3-93 Greenhouse Vertical Farm in Florida Figure 3-94 Greenhouse Vertical Farm in Florida Figure 3-95 MIT CityFARM Figure 3-96 Green Spirit Farms Figure 3-97 Caliber Biotherapeutics Figure 3-98 Purdue University Tomato Harvest Figure 3-99 Caliber Biotherapeutics Growing with Specialized Light Figure 3-100 Famgro Farms Figure 3-101 Plant Photosynthesis Figure 3-102 Plant Factory Seedling Propagation Figure 3-103 Philips LED Plant Factory Opportunities Figure 104 Philips Plant Factory Research LED4Crops at STC Figure 3-105 Philips Plant Factory Improved Crop Harvesting LED4Crops STC Figure 3-106 Philips Lettuce Grow Lights Figure 3-107 Philips In House Lettuce Plant Factory Figure 3-108 Plant Factory Trays Figure 3-109 Philips Deliscious Grow Light Lettuce Quality Figure 3-110 Philips Vitro Plus Plant Factory Figure 3-111 Philips Vitro Plus Plant Factory Stacks Figure 3-112 Philips Vitro Plus Plant Factory Layers Figure 3-113 Quantum LED Grow Lights Figure 3-114 LED Hydroponics Quantum LED Container Figure 3-115 LED Hydroponics Greenhouse Table 4-1 Plant Factory Technology Aspects Figure 4-2 Urban Vertical Plant Farm Concept Figure 4-3 Mithun Vision of Urban Farming Figure 4-4 Mithun Housing Vision of Urban Farming Table 4-5 Vertical Farming Key Technologies Figure 4-6 Vertical Farming Key Technologies Figure 4-7 Production Line for Plants Table 4-8 AeroFarms Aeroponics Functions Figure 4-9 Aerofarms Vertical Farming Competitive Analysis Figure 4-10 Agrilution Vertical Farming Categorization (for Mapping Purposes) Figure 4-11 Vertical Farming Systems Requirements Figure 4-12 White LED Light Wave Length Balance for Leafy Vegetables Figure 4-13 Red-White LED Light Wave Length Good for Vegetables Figure 4-14 Red-White LED Light Good For Vegetables Figure 4-15 Red-White LED Light Grows Green Leafy Vegetables Figure 4-16 Plant Factory Growing of Stalk of Tsuburina Figure 4-17 Tsuburina Functional Ingredients Figure 4-18 Development of the Tsuburina Business Figure 4-20 Blue-white LED Light Used For Healthy Forming And Increasing Vitamins Figure 4-21 Relation Between Lighting Distance vs PPF Figure 5-1 AeroFarms Partners Figure 5-2 AeroFarms Investors Figure 5-3 Aizufujikako Lettuce Figure 5-4 Aizufujikako Plant Factory Table 5-5 Aizufujikako Plant Factory Features Figure 5-6 Gotham Greens Plant Factory Located in New York City Table 5-7 Hydrofarm One-Stop Solutions Table 5-8 Hydrofarm Locations Table 5-9 Hydrofarm Profile Figure 5-10 Iwasaki Electric, Ltd New Generation Dimmable High-Bay Fixture Figure 5-11 Iwasaki Electric, Ltd Commercial Lighting Examples Figure 5-12 Iwasaki Electric, Ltd High Speed Capture Lighting Figure 5-13 Iwasaki Electric, Ltd Light Source for Image Operation Figure 5-14 Iwasaki Electric, Ltd Halogen Heater Figure 5-15 Iwasaki Electric, Ltd Halogen Lamp Figure 5-16 Iwasaki Electric, Ltd Insect Repelling Lamp Figure 5-17 Iwasaki Electric, Ltd Plant Factory Light For Cultivation Figure 5-18 Iwasaki Electric, Ltd Light Source for Image Processing Figure 5-19 Iwasaki Electric, Ltd Infrared LED Board Figure 5-20 Iwasaki Electric, Ltd EYE Black Lamp Table 5-21 Nihon Advanced Agri Business Activities Figure 5-22 Philips Global Presence Figure 5-23 Philips Global Trends And Challenges Table 5-24 Philips Positions To Simplify Global Healthcare Delivery For The Long Term Table 5-25 Philips Healthcare Delivery Product Positioning Figure 5-26 Philips Businesses and Value Creation Levers Figure 5-27 Philips Delivering Margin Improvement and Decreasing Manufacturing Overhead Figure 5-28 Philips Healthcare Information Systems Market Shares Figure 5-29 Philips Lighting Revenue Figure 5-30 Philips Sector Revenue Change Figure 5-31 Rambridge Brands
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