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Safely and efficiently monitor farmland, remotely identifying irrigation inefficiencies, inspecting crops for stress, gathering plan Agricultural drones group provides fully supported, easy-to-use drone-enabled technologies and services, purpose-built for precision agriculture. Our singular focus on agriculture, coupled with responsive customer service and a culture of innovation, makes Agricultural drones group the ideal strategic partner.

Agricultural drones group processes and analyzes agricultural data gathered by drones. This agricultural intelligence is applied to increase yields and maximize the bottom line while reducing the environmental footprint.


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Agricultural Drones Group We are offering our Data mapping as a service from January 2017 You do not need to buy the drone, Just simply open an account with us and we will send our Drone and pilot to your location. Modern agriculture services can now provide accurate data by the use of drone technology. Essential information can be provided to the farmer, enabling him to harvest crops at exactly the right time to give the maximum yield. Operated by a UAV agriculture pilot, the videographer can provide a high-resolution data picture of a farmer’s fields helping him to decide what, where, and when to plant. By use of video drone agriculture, instead of spraying an entire field, fertilizers and pesticides can be targeted precisely where they are most needed. This saves the farmer money and is better for the environment. In the future, more and more drones will be utilized actually to do the spraying. Drone agriculture photos and aerial agriculture is here to stay. We fly purpose built sensors designed for agriculture use including mulitispectral sensor and a FLIR thermal sensor. These highly calibrated sensors when combined with soil compensated processing provide accurate and reliable results. Our drones will produce saving and increase yearly crop yield. Contact us today and let us help you grow smarter.

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SERVICE SPRAYING OF HERBICIDES AND PESTICIDES WITH DRONES PROFESSIONAL AGRICULTURAL QUADROCOPTER AIRCRAFT. FLIGHT TIME UP TO 2 HOURS with PAYLOAD 12KG. FUEL ENGINES. Maximum Take-Off Weight 20kg. Maximum Payload - 12kg. Maximum Flight Time with maximum Payload: up to two hours. Designed for a heavy duty, low cost professional operations the quadrocopter has four fuel engines,1.6hp each. Great for Agricultural Spray. Its has fiberglass ally frame which provide light weight yet maximum strength construction. GPS (U-blox system) Autopilot FUTABA Remote Control pult (14 channels) 2-axis Videocamera Videolink LCD monitor Battery LiPo 3300mAh Contact us for information

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Drones Poised to Elevate Agricultural Efficiency

What Is Precision Agriculture? Precision agriculture is a farming management concept based on observing, measuring and responding to inter- and intra-field variability in crops. The goal of precision agriculture is to more efficiently apply a farm’s limited resources to gain maximum yield. A primary method for doing that is to minimize variability of crop health within and across fields. To learn more about precision agriculture, read this excellent overview published by The Economist. Due to its nature, precision agriculture requires a LOT of data to work. The three main types of data include: geo-tagged images: visible and multi-spectral aerial images taken of fields, over time; this is where drones play equipment performance: real time feedback & logs provided by sensor-equipped manned and unmanned equipment such as seeders, spreaders, tractors and combines management data: crop yield and other data provided by farm operators The use of precision agriculture technologies is growing very quickly, globally, according to Technavio. Where Do Drones Fit in Precision Agriculture? Drones are really just a new, high-precision way to obtain geo-tagged images from the air. Compared with other aerial survey methods, drones generate more precise and more frequent data about the condition of crops. This data is used in many ways to improve the performance of a farm’s operation. For surveying fields of less than 50 hectares in size, drones are cheaper than manned aircraft surveillance, manned scouting and satellite imaging. Some claim that the new FAA rules will restrict the usefulness of drones for agriculture, because under the new Part 107 rules, all observation and measurement must be taken by a drone that is within visual line of site (VLOS) of the operator. This becomes an issue for fields and farms that are bigger than VLOS. But the vast majority of farms don’t have this problem. According to this report, there are approximately 2.1 million farms in America. The average size is 434 acres. Small family farms, averaging 231 acres, make up 88 percent, meaning that 1.85 million farms can benefit immediately from ag drones. Drones are used to gather a variety of image-based data about the condition of crops, fields and livestock – including: plant height plant count plant health presence of nutrients presence of disease presence of weeds relative biomass estimates 3D / volumetric data (piles, patches, holes and hills) For livestock operations, drones can be used to monitor the location, status and movement of animals over time with more frequency and at a lower cost than other means. Drone data is used to do farming jobs more effectively and efficiently, including: Crop Scouting – replace men with drones Crop Health Monitoring – biggest ROI, by far Field Surveying/Scouting (before planting) Nitrogen Recommendation Yield Monitoring Plant Stress Monitoring Drought Assessment Senescence Analysis Leaf Area Indexing Phenology Tree Classification and more To take quick action, orthomosaic images generated by drones can be fed into an agricultural program like SMS by Ag Leader, SST Summit®, FarmRite®, Stratus®, Sirrus®” or other software tools to create prescription maps. Prescription maps inform the farm operator where & what specific actions are needed, such as increasing or decreasing nitrogen spread on trouble spots. Prescription maps can be transferred directly into a precision applicator (sprayer) like a John Deere® or Case IH®. Here’s a great 7-minute video segment produced by Iowa Public TV that explains why more and more farmers are incorporating drones into crop management.

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from driverless tractors to unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), farming technology is rapidly evolving. Farmers can use drones to identify specific plants that are diseased or infested with bugs, to save water and resources, and to get a bird's-eye view of their crops.

Drone Advantages Over Other Aerial Imaging Systems By some measures, 80% of the global drone industry revenues touch agriculture in some way. But why would farmers – some of the most risk-averse people on Earth – adopt such a new technology? Perhaps it’s because agriculture drones offer clear advantages over other crop monitoring methods including satellite imaging, manned scouting and manned aircraft. These advantages include: Cheaper Imaging: for fields less than 50 hectares in size, drones are considerably less expensive than satellites or manned aircraft surveillance. Greater Precision: drone cameras take centimeter-level images that reveal much more detail about a crop’s condition. Earlier Detection of Problems: because drones survey more frequently, weeds, pests and other abnormalities are detected earlier. Total-Field Scouting: instead of riding an ATV around the perimeter to scout perhaps 5% of a field, now every field can be scouted 100% using drones. 3D/Volumetric Data: drone images can be used to calculate the volume of piles, holes, hills and patches. These can be compared to Infrared images to detect density issues like hot spots in a crowded beet field, or to identify contour problems such as north slope shade issues. More Frequent Index Reporting: drones offer a cost-effective way to monitor crops more frequently for key indices like CCCI (canopy chlorophyl content index), CWSI (crop water stress index) and NDVI (normalized difference vegetation index). In day-to-day operations, these advantages help farmers catch problems faster and react more quickly, which can save thousands of dollars in crop losses per field. Long-term, the data generated by drones help farmers gain a more accurate & detailed picture of how their crops are reacting to their management strategies, which can lead to more effective use of limited resources. After all, a typical family farmer only gets 40 chances (seasons) to get things right… every extra bit of knowledge helps!

Flying the Trimble UX5 in Agriculture

The all-new Trimble® UX5 Aerial Imaging Solution is setting the standard for fast and safe aerial data collection by offering a complete system with powerful technologies such as reversed thrust & automatic failsafe procedures, a robust design, and radically simplified workflow. The UX5 comes with a camera modified to capture near-infrared (NIR) spectrum. Images from the NIR-enabled camera provide crop health indicators for use in crop scouting to detect pests, weeds, mineral deficiencies, and other potential problems in agriculture.

DJI Drone NDVI Camera Kit for Agricultural Use

The NDVI Camera Unit is a custom NDVI camera for the DJI platforms. Upgrade your current platform into an NDVI scouting device instantly by simply switching out the standard DJI Camera and Gimbal Unit with the modified NDVI camera for the DJI Unit

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