Plant Factory Grow Lights and Controls Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2010 to 2016

Plant Factory Grow Lights and Controls Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2010 to 2016

Category : Construction & Manufacturing
Published On : May  2010
Pages : 254



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WinterGreen Research announces that it has a new study on: Plant Factory Grow Lights and Controls Market Shares and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2010-2016. Plant Factory Grow Lights and Controls are useful as a way to automate the farming process of growing vegetables and plants used for pharmaceuticals. Grow lamps are needed for warehouse year round food production. Crops are more productive than traditional farming by a factor of ten. The study has 254 pages and 115 tables and figures.

Plant factories are positioned as a significant addition to automated process. The ability to grow food consistently, locally represents a major breakthrough for humanity. People can grow food in warehouses and in the home, dedicating space that is efficient for producing food.

When you take the cost of transportation out of the food chain, this is a breakthrough of major propositions. When you make fresh, sanitary food available consistently, there is a major shift in how people live and the quality of life. When you increase the density of food production by a factor of ten, this is significant.

Food factories produce organic vegetables. This represents a next step in the application of automated process to everyday life. Automated process for farming provides immediate help for food stores that are depleting quickly. Inventors have started to look toward possibilities that allow farming practices that are not dependent on the climate. Food factories produce organic vegetables 24 hours a day. With the land available for farming depleting quickly, new types of farming are evolving.

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 openair fields, and yields are ten to twenty times higher.

Growth light spectrum positioning relates to understand the spectrum at which plants grow and that this is different from the spectrum that is visible to the human eye. Vendors are then able to build lights that maximize plant growth. These lights are significantly different from light used for human visible lighting.

Plant growth is a function of photosynthesis. This is not determined by lux or energy, but by the photons from the blue to red (400-700 nm) part of the spectrum. This is called growth light. Visible light has a somewhat different spectrum. Light for horticulture is in the visible part of electromagnetic radiation. For horticulture photons from the blue to red (400-700 nm) part of the spectrum are what stimulate growth. Natural daylight (global radiation) is measured in terms of energy (J orW) with a solar meter. New measures of light specific for plant factories are evolving.

A plant factory is a facility in which all the environmental elements for plant growth are artificially controlled. Lighting, temperature, humidity, carbon dioxide density, and culture solution are controlled. Systems are designed to support year-around, scheduled production of plants and vegetables.

The plant factories market can be divided into 2 major categories, new plant factory construction market and plant factory products market. Plants and vegetables are produced in the plant factories.

Plant factories come with complete artificial lighting in a totally-enclosed environment. Other plant systems combine the use of solar and artificial lighting. For the future, plant factories are being implemented is a highly automated, protected environment. Horticulture facilities are being built which permit yearround scheduled plant production.

Energy saving HID Lighting choices are implemented as metal halide (MH) or long lasting high pressure sodium (HPS) light sources . Traditional, shoe box, or curved back specification grade HID Lights with swivel arm, trunnion, slipfitter or wall mounts are offered. Factory installed photocells are optional on most models. Hood, shield, and wire guard accessories for HID Lights can be ordered separately.Grow light systems, remote ballasts, reflectors, lamps, nutrients, light movers, timers and meters are offered.

Plant factory grow lamp market forecast analysis indicates that the market in 2009 at $127 million dollars is anticipated to reach $3.8 billion worldwide by 2016. Market growth comes as solar energy makes it feasible to grow plants locally instead of shipping food long distance. Farming has been moving steadily in the direction of consolidation of workload.

PLANT FACTORY GROW LIGHTS AND CONTROL SYSTEMS EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Plant Factories Market Driving Forces

Growth Light Spectrum Positioning

Plant Factory Lighting Market Shares

Plant Factory Lighting Market Forecasts



1. PLANT FACTORY GROW LIGHT MARKET DESCRIPTION AND DYNAMICS

1.1 Visible Light Positioning

1.1.1 Growth Light Positioning

1.1.2 Light For The Human Eye Is The Visible Part Of Electromagnetic Radiation

1.2 Photosynthesis

1.3 High-Power LED Illumination System For Photosynthetic Plants

1.3.1 LED Wavelength of Light Impact On Plants

1.4 Light Reactions Increase Plant Yield

1.5 Japanese Plant Factory

1.5.1 Plant Factories

1.6 Organic Farming

1.6.1 Size Fan For Traditional Lighting System

1.6.2 LED Lighting System



2. PLANT FACTORY GROW LIGHTS AND CONTROL SYSTEMS MARKET SHARES AND FORECASTS

2.1 Plant Factories Market Driving Forces

2.1.1 Growth Light Spectrum Positioning

2.2 Plant Factory Lighting and controls Market Shares

2.2.1 Iwasaki Revenue

2.2.2 Iwasaki EYE Hortilux

2.2.3 Agrosun® Gold

2.2.4 Venture Lighting and controls International / Sunmaster

2.2.5 Philips Horticulture Lamps

2.2.6 Philips Plant Sensitivity For Colors Of Light

2.2.7 Plantmax

2.2.8 Rambridge Gavita Light Spectrum Horticultural Reflector Lamps

2.2.9 GE

2.3 Plant Factory Lighting and controls Market Forecasts

2.3.1 Metal Halide Grow Lamp Forecasts

2.3.2 High-Pressure Sodium (HPS) Lamp

2.4 Plant Factory Market Control Systems

2.4.1 Plant Factory Construction Market

2.4.2 Ubiquitous Environment Control Systems

2.4.3 HPS

2.4.4 MH

2.4.5 Operating Cost Per Hour For A Light

2.4.6 Plant Factory SOA Plant Factory Control Framework Foundation Systems

2.4.7 SOA Plant Factory Framework Foundation Systems Market Shares

2.4.8 SOA Plant Factory Framework Foundation Systems Market Forecasts

2.4.9 IBM SOA Response to Complex Plant Factory Challenges

2.4.10 IBM SOA Business Integration Foundation Systems

2.5 Plant Factory Regional Analysis

2.5.1 Plant Factory Market Cost Forces in Japan

2.5.2 Plant Factory Market Cost Forces

2.5.3 Plant Factory Operations in Japan



3. PLANT FACTORY PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

3.1 Philips Horticulture Lamps

3.1.1 Light For The Human Eye Is The Visible Part Of Electromagnetic Radiation

3.1.2 Philips Plant Sensitivity For Colors Of Light

3.2 Iwasaki EYE Hortilux

3.2.1 Iwasaki Electric, Ltd

3.2.2 Iwasaki Eye Hortilux Super Blue

3.3 Huis Ten Bosch

3.4 Grow Lights LED

3.4.1 LED Brightness: Grow Lights LED USA Systems

3.4.2 Grow Lights by LED USA Systems Three Light Bands:

3.4.3 USA LED Light Systems Balanced Lighting and controls

3.4.4 USA Grow LED Lights Peak Targeting

3.4.5 LEDs Increase Indoor Plant Growth

3.4.6 USA LED Improves Indoor Garden Performance

3.4.7 USA LED Indoor Garden

3.4.8 USA LED Optimal for Plants

3.4.9 USA LED Colors And Light Spectrums

3.4.10 USA LED Light Spectrum For Plant Growth

3.4.11 USA LED Red Light

3.4.12 USA LED Blue Light

3.4.13 USA LED Size Fan Needed for LED Lighting and controls Systems

3.4.14 USA LED Size Carbon Filter

3.4.15 USA LED Temperature For Plants

3.4.16 USA LED Grow Lights for Indoor Gardens

3.5 LED Plant Grow Lighting and controls

3.6 Solarmax One

3.6.1 SolarMax Enhanced Metal Halide and Super High Pressure Sodium Technologies

3.6.2 SolarMax "ONE" 1000 Watt Lamp

3.6.3 SolarMax

3.7 Rambridge Lighting and controls High Output Horticultural Lamps

3.7.1 Rambridge Gavita Light Spectrum Horticultural Reflector Lamps

3.8 Plantmax

3.9 Agrosun Full Spectrum Fluorescent Lights

3.9.1 Agrosun® Gold Halide Bulbs

3.9.2 Argosun Red® Sodium Bulbs

3.9.3 AgroSun Gold Metal Halide Lamp

3.10 Metal Halide Grow Lights

3.11 High Pressure Sodium Grow Lights

3.12 Daystar

3.12.1 Daystar Standard Reflector

3.12.2 DayStar Reflector

3.12.3 Daystar Powerhouse Remote Ballast Enclosure

3.12.4 DayStar Reflector 3-Way Convection Air Cooling

3.13 SunRise Reflector Hanging System

3.14 LED Grow Lights

3.15 Ultrasun

3.16 Sunmaster

3.17 Philips Agro-Lite Xt C10000552 1000 Watts HPS TE-25 (6/Case)

3.18 Super Grow Wing Hood Reflector

3.18.1 Super Grow Wing™ hood reflector Specifications



4. PLANT FACTORY GROW LIGHT TECHNOLOGY

4.1 Metal Halide - MH

4.2 High Pressure Sodium - HPS

4.2.1 HID Lighting

4.2.2 Led Grow Lamps

4.3 Plant Grow Lights for Indoor Gardening / Supplemental Greenhouse Lighting

4.4 Solar Powered LED Lamps

4.4.1 Solar Lighting Eliminates the Need for Electricity in Rural Areas.

4.5 Light Spectrum Toxicity Analysis

4.6 Photoperiod Flowering Plants Night Sensing

4.7 Aquaponic Garden

4.7.1 .Drip Irrigation Garden

4.7.2 Temperature Control

4.7.3 .Ventilation Control

4.7.4 .Humidity Control

4.7.5 .Water Requirements

4.7.6 Colors In a Garden

4.8 Growing from Germination

4.9 Selected Plant Factory Light Distributors Worldwide

4.9.1 EYE Lighting International of North America, Inc. Global Affiliates

4.10 Rambridge Distributors



5. PLANT FACTORY GROW LIGHT COMPANY PROFILES

5.1 Daystar Technologies

5.2 General Electric (GE)

5.2.1 General Electric (GE) Operating Segments

5.2.2 General Electric (GE) Energy Infrastructure

5.2.3 GE Lighting Consumer & Industrial

5.2.4 General Electric (GE) Consumer & Industrial

5.2.5 GE Revenues

5.3 Iwasaki Electric

5.3.1 Iwasaki Revenue

5.3.2 Iwasaki’s Quality Oriented Culture

5.4 Ozu Corporation

5.5 Philips

5.6 Rambridge

5.7 Siemens

5.7.1 Siemens Energy Sector

5.7.2 Siemens / Radium

5.8 SolarMax

5.9 Sunrise Biotechnology

5.9.1 Sunrise Biotech Pricing

5.9.2 Sunrise Biotech Animal Fodder Production

5.9.3 Sunrise Biotech Intellectual Property

5.9.4 Sunrise Biotech Regulation Risks

5.9.5 Sunrise Biotech Competitive threats

5.10 Taiwan Floriculture Exports Association

5.11 Venture Lighting International / Sunmaster

5.11.1 Venture an Advanced Lighting Technologies Company

5.11.2 Venture Lighting Sunmaster Light & Plants

5.11.3 Venture Lighting Sunmaster Hydroponic Product Support

5.11.4 Venture Lighting Sunmaster PAR and Plant Response Curve

5.11.5 Sunmaster® Comprehensive Supply of HID lamps

5.11.6 Venture Lighting PAR Watts for Plants

5.11.7 Venture Lighting Photons



List of Tables



Table ES-1

Plant Factories Market Positioning

Table ES-2

Plant Factories Market Driving Forces

Figure ES-3

Growth Light Spectrum Positioning

Figure ES-4

Visible Light Positioning

Figure ES-5

Plant Factory Lighting Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2009

Figure ES-6

Plant Factory Grow Lamp Market Forecasts Dollars,

Worldwide, 2010-2016

Figure 1-1

Philips Visible Light Positioning

Figure 1-2

Philips Growth Light Positioning

Figure 1-3

Ozu Corporation Plant Factory In Japan

Table 1-4

Plant Factory Control Aspects

Table 1-5

Plant Factory Systems Controlled

Figure 1-6

Ozu Corporation Lettuce Plant Factory In Japan

Figure 1-7

Ozu Corporation Harvesting Lettuce In Japan

Table 1-8

Calculations Of The Size Of Farming Fan Required Using Measurements

Table 1-9

LED Plant Growth Lighting System Target Markets

Table 1-10

LED Diode-Based Lighting Advantages:

Table 2-1

Plant Factories Market Positioning

Table 2-2

Plant Factories Market Driving Forces

Table 2-3

Plant Factory Environmental Controls

Figure 2-4

Growth Light Spectrum Positioning

Figure 2-5

Visible Light Positioning

Figure 2-6

Plant Factory Lighting Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2009

Figure 2-7

Plant Factory Lighting Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2009

Figure 2-8

Philips Growth Light Photosynthesis Process

Figure 2-9

Philips Horticulture Lamps

Figure 2-10

Philips Grow Lights

Figure 2-11

Rambridge Gavita Light Spectrum

Figure 2-12

GE 15 Enhanced Performance HPS Lamps

Figure 2-13

GE Grow Lamps

Figure 2-14

Grow Light Environments

Figure 2-15

Plant Factory Grow Lamp Market Forecasts Dollars,

Worldwide, 2010-2016

Table 2-16

Plant Factory Grow Lamp Market Forecasts Dollars,

Worldwide, 2010-2016

Figure 2-17

Metal Halide Grow Lamps Market Forecasts, Dollars,

Worldwide, 2010-2016

Figure 2-18

High-Pressure Sodium Grow Light Market Forecasts

Dollars, Worldwide, 2010-2016

Figure. 2-19

Plant Factory Products Market Size Forecast in Japan

Figure 2-20

Plant Factory Computer Control Systems

Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2009

Table 2-21

Plant Factory Computer Control Systems Market

Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2009

Figure 2-22

Plant Factory Computer Control Market Forecasts

Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2010-2016

Table 2-23

Plant Factory Computer Control Market Forecasts

Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2010-2016

Figure 2-24

Plant Factory And Greenhouse Cultivation Control Systems

Table 2-25

SOA Leveraging of Business Integration Systems

Figure 2-26

Plant Factory Grow Lights Regional Market Segments, Dollars, 2009

Table 2-27

Plant Factory Grow Lamp Regional Market Segments, 2009

Figure 3-1

Philips Visible Light Positioning

Figure 3-2

Philips Growth Light Positioning

Figure 3-3

Philips Growth Light Photosynthesis Process

Figure 3-4

Philips Grow Lights

Figure 3-5

Iwasaki Electric Plant Factory And Greenhouse Cultivation

Figure 3-6

Iwasaki Electric Plant Factory Lights

Figure 3-7

Iwasaki Electric, Ltd Enhanced Spectrum Super Blue Horticultural Light

Figure 3-8

Iwasaki Electric, Ltd Enhanced Spectrum Light

Percent of Relative Energy

Table 3-9

Iwasaki Eye Hortilux Super Blue Lamps

Figure 3-10

LED USA Systems 90W Tri-Band UFO

Figure 3-11

LED USA Systems UFO Grow Light Specifications

Figure 3-12

LED USA Systems

Figure 3-12

LED USA 600 W Tri-Band Grow Light Systems

Table 3-13

USA LED Quick Reference Growing Guide

Table 3-14

USA LED Vegetative for Hydroponics

Table 3-15

USA LED Flowering for Hydroponics

Table 3-16

USA LED Phases Of Plant Growth

Figure 3-17

USA LED Efficiency

Figure 3-18

LED Plant Grow Lighting and controls

Figure 3-19

Soalr Max and Plantmax Horticultural Bulbs

Figure 3-20

Solar Max, Sylvania, and Gavita Bulbs

Figure 3-21

Solar Max, Eye Hortilux, and Plantmax Horticultural Bulbs

Figure 3-22

Solar Max, SunMaster, and Plantmax Horticultural Bulbs

Figure 3-23

Solar Max, SunMaster, and Sylvania Horticultural Bulbs

Figure 3-24

Solar Max Horticultural Bulbs

Figure 3-25

Figure 3-26

Relative Energy Absorbed By Plants During Photosynthesis,

As Compared To The Sensitivity Of The Human Eye

Figure 3-27

SolarMax Wavelength Intensity Targets Photosynthesis

Figure 3-28

SolarMax Plant Spectra

Figure 3-29

SolarMax Spectra Description

Table 3-30

Rambridge Hydroponic Gardening Advantages:

Figure 3-31

Rambridge Gavita Light Spectrum

Figure 3-32

Rambridge, Lighting and controls, Horticultural Lamps Photometry

Figure 3-33

Plantmax 1000W Hetal Halide Conversion Bulb (HPS Ballast)

Figure 3-34

Agrosun Gold Growth Light

Figure 3-35

Agrosun Halide Typical Spectrum

Figure 3-36

Agrosun Full Spectrum Fluorescent Lights

Figure 3-37

Agrosun Hortilux HPS Bulbs

Figure 3-38

DayStar Powerhouse Grow Light Systems

Figure 3-39

DayStar Powerhouse Grow Light Systems

Figure 3-40

DayStar Powerhouse Standard Reflector

Figure 3-41

DayStar Powerhouse Grow Light Systems Functions

Figure 3-42

DayStar Powerhouse Grow Light Systems Air Flow for Cooling

Figure 3-43

Power House Ballast Enclosure

Figure 3-44

Daystar Powerhouse Remote Ballast Enclosure

Figure 3-45

Daystar Powerhouse Remote Ballast Features

Figure 3-46

SunRise Reflector Hanging System

Figure 3-47

SuperNova LED Grow LIght

Figure 3-48

Super Grow Wing Grow Light

Table 4-1

HID Light Output and Accompanying Growing Area

Table 4-2

LED Grow Lamps

Table 4-3

Plant Grow Lights for Indoor Gardening

Figure 4-4

Solar Powered LED Grow Lamp Architecture

Figure 5-1

Iwasaki Electric, Ltd New Generation Dimmable High-Bay Fixture

Figure 5-2

Iwasaki Electric, Ltd Commercial Lighting Examples

Figure 5-3

Iwasaki Electric, Ltd High Speed Capture Lighting

Figure 5-4

Iwasaki Electric, Ltd Light Source for Image Operation

Figure 5-5

Iwasaki Electric, Ltd Halogen Heater

Figure 5-6

Iwasaki Electric, Ltd Halogen Lamp

Figure 5-7

Iwasaki Electric, Ltd Insect Repelling Lamp

Figure 5-8

Iwasaki Electric, Ltd Plant Factory Light For Cultivation

Figure 5-9

Iwasaki Electric, Ltd Light Source for Image Processing

Figure 5-10

Iwasaki Electric, Ltd Infrared LED Board

Figure 5-11

Iwasaki Electric, Ltd EYE Black Lamp

Figure 5-12

Rambridge Brands

Figure 5-13

Venture Lighting International Human Eye Response Curve

Figure 5-14

Venture Lighting Sunmaster Plant Response Curve

Figure 5-15

Venture Lighting Efficiencies of Light Sources Used in Plant Growth



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