Agricultural drones can optimize agriculture operations, increase crop production, and monitor crop growth. Sensors and digital imaging capabilities help in gathering information that can be useful in improving crop yields and farm efficiency.
In supporting precision farming, drones can scan soil health, monitor crop health, assist in planning irrigation schedules, apply fertilizers, estimate yield data and provide valuable data for weather analysis.
At Aero Smart, we provide the right solutions for employing agricultural drones. For example, the DJI Agras MG-1 is an octocopter designed for precision variable rate application of liquid pesticides, fertilizers, and herbicides, bringing new levels of efficiency and manageability to agriculture.
The DJI Agras T16, on the other hand, has outstanding flight performance, and the T16 spray tank can carry up to 16 L, and the spray width has increased to 6.5 m. The spraying system has 4 delivery pumps and 8 sprinklers with a maximum spray rate of 4.8 L/min. The T16 can spray 24.7 acres (10 hectares) per hour. The spraying system also has an all-new electromagnetic flow meter, providing higher precision and stability than conventional flow meters.
We also provide the enhanced Fly Dragon agricultural drones. The FDXD-8R-22L drone sprayer, for example, is Fly Dragon’s new agriculture drone for 2020, with a maximum take off weight of 55KG, a payload of 22 litres, flight time of 15 minutes, and an effective working area of 4 acres. For a list of Fly Dragon agricultural drones, please see below.