agriculture crop sprayer
agriculture crop sprayer
Multi-rotor UAV crop dusters sprayer does not need a runway, they can take off and land vertically. Flying at low altitude of several meters, the crop-spraying can be controlled in any the sight of distance range. They are suitable for all kinds of complex terrain, crops and plantations of varying heights. Precise and accurate crop spraying ensures the best coverage and application of your fertilizers or pesticides on your lands.
Aerial application, or what was formerly referred to as crop dusting, involves spraying crops with crop protection products from an agricultural aircraft.
Until recently you needed a specialized agricultural aircraft to perform this operation but now, you can cut rates, costs and with your own UAV Sprayer.
The Aerial Application Agricultural Spray combines new pumps and spray heads designed to be more reliable. The technology and the results obtained by it leave no question that low and ultra-low volume spraying is a viable alternative in today’s environmentally aware world. Better results are achieved with fewer chemicals.
Some of the benefits of crop spraying with a UAV Sprayers include a significant reduction in application cost by utilizing an UAV aircraft and a notable improvement in coverage and control through consistent application of the best suited droplet size for better penetration of crop canopy, decreased drift potential and evaporation, and greater adherence of chemical to the leaves.. The spray system was designed to promote economically and ecologically sound spray methods that are the future of agricultural aviation.
Crop health monitoring
Crop science is the discipline that deals with the management of crops or animals to facilitate economical production. This involves crop rotation, irrigation, soil science and weed/pest control
The management of crop science encompasses the regular inspection of crops or stock, measurement of irrigation requirements and monitoring of climatological aspects. To conduct proper monitoring, agronomists take samples manually or employ 3D measurement tools.
Unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) can improve crop science management by providing aerial camera shots, multispectral measurement and remote sensing equipment all at once. UAS have versatile payload platforms, can cover large surfaces, are easy to operate and provide hard copy data that can be inputted instantaneously. As a result, UAS can improve the quality of your production processes whilst lowering the crop management costs.