Smart Farming Drone Technology

Smart Farming Drone Technology


Agriculture Drones

With drone thermal capabilities, irrigation and water pooling can be managed more efficiently.


Fresh water is one of our most precious resources, with farms worldwide constantly looking to optimize their use of water. Both too much and too little affect productivity, meaning detailed tracking and monitoring is required. Large growers today often have many fields spread out across an entire region. These rely on the use of multiple irrigation pivots to water crops.
Once crops such as corn begin reaching certain heights, mid-season inspections of the irrigation equipment that delivers much-needed water can become more difficult. With Drones for Agriculture thermal capabilities, irrigation and water pooling can be managed more efficiently. Powered by the high tech thermal camera, the Smart Farming using Drone Technology gives growers a detailed understanding of the state of their lands, giving them fundamental insights that lead to better decision making.
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agriculture drones
Smart Farming Drone Technology


Agronomists draw from a number of different sciences to address pressing issues, including producing food, creating healthier food, managing the environmental impact of agriculture, and extracting energy from plants. Whether they specialize in crop rotation, irrigation and drainage, plant breeding, plant physiology, soil classification, soil fertility, weed control, or insect and pest control, agronomists rely on a host of plant and environmental data.

Smart Farming using Drone Technology implements a powerful combination of infrared and visual cameras to create a view of crops that cannot be seen with the naked eye. This highlights differences between healthy and distressed plants and allows for rapid action where necessary. Drones for Agriculture can also survey a crop every week, every day, or even every hour. Combining this information into a time-lapse animation can highlight changes in the crop, revealing trouble spots or opportunities for better crop management.


For generations farmers have walked their fields investigating crops manually for signs of stress or disease. This traditional, labor intensive method is time consuming and can be difficult when crop canopies thicken. With the latest drone technology, farmers are able to evaluate their crops at scale while simultaneously creating crop maps that help them manage crops and time better.
Drones for Agriculture equipped with high resolution cameras and up to 4K video they capture clear, detailed images that are essential for analysis and every Phantom is ready to fly out of the box. Aerial thermal imaging has also become an important tool for crop management. It is a non-invasive way to monitor nurseries and greenhouses and even detect plant diseases.
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