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uav agriculture

  • Model NO.: FDTXA5-16KG
  • Product description: uav agriculture
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uav agriculture


6 rotors plant protection UAV 16KGS agriculture sprayer

Intelligent Agriculture is the trend of all over the world. And the intelligent drone act as a important role in this world plan.

Agriculture spraying drone can replace the traditional pesticide sprayer and it's speed is 40times of the traditional sprayer. It will save 90% water and 30%-40% pesticide. Small droplet diameter make the pesticide more well-distribute and improve the effect. At the same time, it will make the people faraway from the pesticide and reduce the pesticide remain of the crop.



UAE ministry to use drones to map agricultural areas

Ministry of Climate Change and Environment invites several companies in the UAE to carry out the pilot phase of the project

The UAE's Ministry of Climate Change and Environment (MoCCAE) is introducing a new project to survey and map agricultural areas using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV).

MoCCAE said it has invited several companies in the UAE to carry out the pilot phase of the project using UAVs, better known as drones.

The pilot phase will include surveying and mapping Wadi Al Khib area - about 500 sq m - in the emirate of Fujairah, state news agency WAM reported.

Dr Thani bin Ahmed Al Zeyoudi, Minister of Climate Change and Environment, said: "Using a drone-enabled aerial mapping system is the ideal solution to generate high-resolution, highly efficient aerial data, including topographic mapping, contouring, vector mapping and textured 3D city models.

"This data will be systematically analysed to produce accurate statistical information that is updated constantly.

"We hope through this project to create a highly accurate agricultural database that supports decision making and forward planning - particularly important if we are to achieve outstanding outcomes in precision agriculture," he added.

Some of the types of data to be collected through the project include the number of temperature-controlled greenhouses, area of windbreaks, infertile land area, area of farm buildings and facilities, number of wells in a farm, soil type and salinity, and livestock population.

In addition, data on the number of beehives on a farm, farm area and geographical boundaries, farm classification, area of temporary and permanent crops, number of palm trees and other fruit trees, as well as area of protected agriculture will also be collated.