IoT and Supply Chain Visibility in the Food Industry: Ecosystem Assessment

Price: Starting at USD 4,500
Publish Date: 28 Mar 2022
Code: AN-5349
Research Type: Research Analysis
IoT and Supply Chain Visibility in the Food Industry: Ecosystem Assessment
Actionable Benefits

Actionable Benefits

  • Understand the markets seeing growing adoption of IoT track & trace in the grocery and food service industries.
  • Develop product line and strategy around the pain-points and current practices in the food industry.
  • Understand where grocery and food service supply chains want to get to and where technology is being used.
Critical Questions Answered

Critical Questions Answered

  • What does the grocery and food service supply chains look like?
  • Who and what are the main influencers in the grocery and food service supply chains?
  • What types of technologies are currently being used to track goods and assets in the grocery and food service supply chains?
Research Highlights

Research Highlights

  • Mapping of the grocery and food service supply chains.
  • Insight into the pain points and opportunities for different levels of stakeholders in the food supply chain.
  • Insight from large actors along the food supply chain on their challenges currently.
Who Should Read This?

Who Should Read This?

  • IoT, telematics aggregation, and supply chain analytics technology providers to the food supply chain.
  • Supply chain practitioners in the grocery and food service industries.

Table of Contents

 

1. INTRODUCTION

2. FOOD AND GROCERY INDUSTRY: SUPPLY CHAIN MAPPING

2.1. Ecosystem Participants and Roles
2.2. Market Features

3. MONITORING AND TRACKING ECOSYSTEM

3.1. Pain Points
3.2. Use Cases
3.3. Technology Landscape
3.4. Noteworthy Initiatives
3.5. Key Considerations and Recommendations

4. MARKET FORECASTING

4.1. TAM: A Global View
4.2. Journeys Served by Tracking Technology by Region
4.3. Revenue from Tracking Software and Services by Region