About This Service

Drones are increasingly being used in agriculture as part of a more effective approach to sustainable agricultural management that allows agronomists, agricultural engineers, and farmers to help streamline their operations while also gaining valuable insights into their crops through robust data analytics.

Crop monitoring, for example, is simplified by using drone data to precisely plan and implement ongoing improvements, such as ditch placement and fertilizer application changes.

Instead of more time-consuming and labor-intensive data collection, products can be accurately traced from farm to fork using GPS locations for every point along the journey.

Here are some of the main applications of drone technology that we offer:

  • Plant counting and crop emergence
  • Crop damage assessment and documentation
  • Precision phenotyping
  • Irrigation monitoring and planning
  • Prescription maps and treatment plans
  • Crop scouting
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