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Agriculture – Drones

Drones are powerful equipment that empower agriculture professionals. They provide intelligent solutions that save time and increase workflow, benefiting a wide range of customers from farmers and growers to agricultural cooperation and service agencies.

They are operated at a low cost, they have a lightweight design, and they provide accurate data collection abilities and precise field management for crops, which equips agricultural operators with more convenient and efficient options, reduces operation costs, improves crop quality, and increases yield rate.

Using precise sensors, drones can also determine water stress, low crop nutrients and poor soil health. By implementing a drone programme, a farming enterprise can become more economically and environmentally efficient through targeting the areas that need the most care. And by flying safely and at relatively high speeds, drones can cover large and small properties quickly to manage assets, resources, and land.

Agriculture – Satellites

Satellite data is a unique resource for farmers to keep watch over vast areas that can’t be monitored at all times. Such data is a critical way of observing huge tracts of land while providing information otherwise invisible to the naked eye, such as soil humidity and land changes, with very high levels of accuracy.

Satellites today are making it possible to grow crops to their full potential. The use of such technologies in farming has many advantages, such as being cost effective, environmentally friendly, safe, precise, and adaptive to climate change, and they alleviate pressure off farming crews and increase productivity.

Satellites can also help facilitate the management of resources, conduct land surveillance, ecosystem monitoring, ice monitoring, disaster management and mapping, in addition to identifying soil and crop conditions, spreading fertilisers, estimating total farm output, and more.