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Rising interest in unmanned aerial vehicles is driving new business in agriculture. As the tech improves for gathering information, farmers are finding new uses for these tools. But there’s one bridge yet to cross — using such an airship to do more than take detailed pictures. Yamaha is filling that gap, with its current work in California wine country, and this work shows what could someday be possible.

The FAA granted Yamaha authority to fly its RMAX UAV for commercial use in the United States in 2015. The RMAX was a second-generation airship building on the R-50 the company deployed for use in spraying rice fields in Japan. But there’s a growing opportunity in the United States, and the company announced launch of the Fazer airship recently. “The Fazer is a third-generation platform building on the R-50 and RMAX,” says Brad Anderson, Yamaha Motor U.S. division manager, unmanned systems.

In Japan, farmers deploy these helicopter machines to spray. In the United States, Anderson explains that the company is doing something different. “We’ve initially entered the U.S. market with spray services in Northern California,” he says. “Instead of selling equipment, we’re selling the service.”

The company employs a two- to three-person team that operates the machine. Under the special permit from the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration, the operator must maintain line-of-sight during flight. “We have a minimum of two people involved in the operations on the ground during a flight,” Anderson says.

Right now, the Napa Valley grape-growing region in California is where the service is at work. Yamaha is working with vineyard management companies to fill specific spraying needs through the season.

Features:

  • Requires minimum maintenance
  • Sturdy construction
  • Prolonged operational life
  • Market leading prices.

Specifications:

Model RMC – 1805
Flow 0.2-0.4/ min(Double Nozzle) Adjustable
Ddroplet Size 50-100um
Flying Speed 0-10m/s
Spraying Width 3.5-6m
Spraying Speed 0-4m/s Adjustable
Load Capacity Rrated 3kg/5kg/10kg optional
Take off Weight >18kg
Fling High 0-200m
Ccontinue Time 15-20 minute
Spraying High 2-6m
Motor Brushless Motor
Start Wireless Remote Control
Main Rotor Diameter 430mm
Switching Power 12v10a
Lithium Battery 520mAh
Temperature Scope -15oC~40oC

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