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Whether it's spraying Barley, Maize, or any other crop requiring insecticide, pesticide, or herbicide treatment, drones offer an ideal solution, especially when avoiding tractor passage over tall crops. Research indicates that refraining from driving a tractor over crops and eliminating tramlines can potentially result in a 7% increase in yield.

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  1. We find the crop on satellite imagery and draw the boundary into the controller or fly around the crop to map the intended treatment area.
     

  2. We input our spraying swath, how many litres per hectare and what direction we want to fly the crop
     

  3. The drone then flies the job extremely accurately.
     

  4. After the bulk of the field has been done, the drone then sprays around the boundary (the orange line) to make sure everything is covered.

With Artificial Intelligence we can spot where your gorse is and only spray those plants. We can choose areas where its thicker and put chemical on at a higher rate. Shown here in this video.

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Multispectral Drones and AI for Targeted Plant Spraying.

Precision agriculture is undergoing a transformation with the integration of cutting-edge technology, such as drones and artificial intelligence (AI). The Multispectral drone, combined with AI algorithms, is revolutionizing the way farmers identify and manage crops. This innovative combination is enhancing the efficiency and sustainability of farming through spot spraying of specific plants.

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Artificial Intelligence picking out the unwanted weeds

The Multispectral drone and AI-driven plant identification represent a game-changing combination in precision agriculture. By enabling spot spraying based on accurate plant classification, this technology not only enhances farming efficiency but also promotes environmental sustainability and responsible resource management. The future of agriculture is here, and it's greener and more efficient than ever.

Multispectral Drone:

  1. Multispectral Imaging: Captures crop health data.

  2. High-resolution Imagery: Monitors plant health closely.

  3. Real-time Data: Enables remote monitoring.

Artificial Intelligence for Plant Identification:

  1. Machine Learning Algorithms: Accurately classifies plants.

  2. Plant Classification: Identifies crops, weeds, and diseases.

  3. Customizable Thresholds: Tailors treatment to specific issues.

Precision Spot Spraying:

  1. Targeted Treatment: Minimizes chemical use in problem areas.

  2. Cost-Efficiency: Saves resources and reduces costs.

  3. Environmental Sustainability: Lowers chemical use and environmental impact.

Benefits:

  1. Increased Yield: Promotes healthier crops and higher yields.

  2. Cost Savings: Reduces costs substantially.

  3. Environmental Responsibility: Aligns with sustainable farming.

  4. Data-Driven Decisions: Empowers informed choices.

Controlling weeds in challenging terrains like hilly landscapes, wetlands, and near water bodies can be quite a daunting task. Our machines serve as the ideal solution for proactively managing weeds before they escalate into significant issues. We specialize in precise spot spraying for smaller areas, effectively reducing the expenditure on chemicals. For more extensive weed infestations or pasture areas, we employ automated spray routes to ensure thorough and accurate coverage.

Our billing system is based on airtime, making it a cost-effective choice for tackling sporadic weed problems. Alternatively, for larger expanses, we offer a per-hectare rate.

For swift treatment of smaller areas, we utilise manual operation, while for both targeted and extensive coverage, we deploy our surveying drone. Using GPS and RTK technology, we generate precise spray plans, ensuring impeccable accuracy and the safeguarding of adjacent sensitive areas.

Thanks to the optimal air pressure generated by our propellers, our herbicides penetrate effectively. Our pumps can be meticulously calibrated to achieve even distribution across the designated area. The adjustable droplet size from our drone nozzles allows us to minimize spray drift, even in windy conditions.

We are equipped to combat a wide range of weeds, including gorse, broom, blackberry, manuka, pines, willows, conifers, Californian thistles, horehound, ragwort, bracken, old man's beard, and lupins. We maintain a variety of chemicals in stock, or you can provide your own for the operation.

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Multispectral Drones and AI for Targeted Plant Spraying.

Precision agriculture is undergoing a transformation with the integration of cutting-edge technology, such as drones and artificial intelligence (AI). The Multispectral drone, combined with AI algorithms, is revolutionizing the way farmers identify and manage crops. This innovative combination is enhancing the efficiency and sustainability of farming through spot spraying of specific plants.

IMA_BLOG_AGR_AgroPraxes_magic.jpg

Artificial Intelligence picking out the unwanted weeds

The Multispectral drone and AI-driven plant identification represent a game-changing combination in precision agriculture. By enabling spot spraying based on accurate plant classification, this technology not only enhances farming efficiency but also promotes environmental sustainability and responsible resource management. The future of agriculture is here, and it's greener and more efficient than ever.

Multispectral Drone:

  1. Multispectral Imaging: Captures crop health data.

  2. High-resolution Imagery: Monitors plant health closely.

  3. Real-time Data: Enables remote monitoring.

Artificial Intelligence for Plant Identification:

  1. Machine Learning Algorithms: Accurately classifies plants.

  2. Plant Classification: Identifies crops, weeds, and diseases.

  3. Customizable Thresholds: Tailors treatment to specific issues.

Precision Spot Spraying:

  1. Targeted Treatment: Minimizes chemical use in problem areas.

  2. Cost-Efficiency: Saves resources and reduces costs.

  3. Environmental Sustainability: Lowers chemical use and environmental impact.

Benefits:

  1. Increased Yield: Promotes healthier crops and higher yields.

  2. Cost Savings: Reduces costs substantially.

  3. Environmental Responsibility: Aligns with sustainable farming.

  4. Data-Driven Decisions: Empowers informed choices.

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