AGRIxU Drone Solution

The agriculture industry is associated with many challenges: unpredictable weather patterns, crop disease, irrigation issues and pest control. Also, traditional methods of evaluating and managing farm environments can be highly complex, time consuming and labour-intensive.  

At AGRIxU, our comprehensive range of drones deliver the best, non-invasive method of capturing crisp images which enable you to monitor your crops and inspect irrigation equipment on an hourly, daily or weekly basis, and take critical action when required.

Our specialised, industry-leading drones allow you to access a detailed view of your land and crops that cannot be seen by the naked eye, enabling you to enjoy better crop health and greater productivity. 

Apart from providing valuable plant and environmental data, some of our UAVs are equipped with the capability to fertilise your crops, eliminating the need for costly and time-intensive manual spraying or dusting. 

Our knowledgeable team is committed to helping you work smarter on the land, so chat to us today about how we can help you operate your business more efficiently.

Agriculture Drone In Action

The versatility of drones and their sophisticated sensors enables farmers to utilise the technology for a number of reasons. These include:

  1. Crop Monitoring: Drones and specialist software monitor crops accurately and more cheaply than traditional methods and offer key insights into crop development, as well as highlighting inefficient and ineffective practices.
  2. Soil and Field Analysis: Drones can produce 3D maps, quickly and cheaply, which help farmers make important decisions about seed-planting pattern design and nitrogen-level management, for example.
  3. Health Assessment: Drones can capture multispectral data to help farmers gather key insights into crop health. Such early intervention is crucial to remedy any issues.
  4. Irrigation: Drones equipped with monitoring equipment can identify areas of a field experiencing hydric stress (lack of water). Thermal sensors provide crucial information, allowing targeted diagnosis of areas receiving too much or too little water.
  5. Aerial Planting: Drones can fly over a potential planting zone to monitor the best areas for growth. They can then drop biodegradable pods, filled with seed and nutrients, into the ground.
  6. Herd Management: Farmers are deploying drones to monitor livestock. In some cases, drones with loudspeakers are used for animal movement, playing a pre-recorded dog bark. Farmers say this method puts less stress on the herd.
  7. Crop Spraying: Drones can cover large areas quickly, applying liquids with great precision.
  8. Insurance: Drones can play a key role in insurance, at both the pre-and-post-claim stage. Using a drone helps for site inspection, claims decisions, fraud prevention, and risk management.