DRONES FOR PRECISION AGRICULTURE

TAKING ACTION WITH AERIAL IMAGERY

For generations farmers have walked their fields inspecting crops manually for signs of stress, disease, and vigor. Irrigation management, crop inspection, spraying of pesticides, all use traditional labor intensive methods, which are time consuming, and can be difficult as crop canopies thicken. Using Drone technology, farmers can now evaluate their crops at scale, while simultaneously creating vegetation maps that help them manage their crops – and their time – better.

Aerial-based thermal imaging has also become an important tool for agricultural management. It is a non-invasive way to monitor crops, nurseries and greenhouses and even detect plant disease.

Aerial assessments and data gathering within the farming sector provides key information such as:

This information can be used to predict the need for fertilizer inputs, irrigation modifications, peak harvest, overall crop health, and ultimate, crop yield/value. Industrial farmers can now leverage these technologies, since they allow for better business decisions relating to agricultural issues.

HOW AGRICULTURAL DRONES WORK

Scout

ConnexiCore UAV Drones fly to count crops, identify crop stress, and assess yields.

Detect

Review analyzed flight imagery and share with your agronomist and staff.

Implement

Directly target problem areas, verify ground-truth, and apply treatment as your team determines.

PLANT VIGOR ASSESSMENT AND IDENTIFICATION

This information can be used to predict the need for fertilizer inputs, irrigation modifications, peak harvest, overall crop health, and ultimate, crop yield/value. Industrial farmers can now leverage these technologies, since they allow for better business decisions relating to agricultural issues.

FLIGHT SUMMARY REPORTS

Review key findings and areas of interest in a comprehensive flight summary report. Compare reports from multiple flights to monitor progress and share improvements with landowners, lenders, insurance providers and more.