Agricultural Drone Mapping & Analytic Service
Survey your entire field for acre size, time-lapse photo records, and identification of field anomalies
Field Performance Analysis
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Monitor All Growth & Protection Measures In Real Time
Identify any area of concern to proactively respond with targeted measures of care-save time, money, and prevent losses with improved total production efficiency.
View you fields from a perspective never before reached
Our agricultural scouting drones allow you to see data such as:
Areas of stress in your crop the human eye cannot see
Crop Measurements that allow you to track growth over multiple season
Flights Per Season
Acres Surveyed Weekly
Why Choose AgDrone PRO
AccessibleOur staff is ready and willing to serve your farm in any way. Unlike other companies, we advertise multiple ways of getting in contact with us. We are accessible to our clients and potential customers at any time; we are a simple phone call away
Driven ResultsWe are driven to provide our clients with the information they need to have a successful farming operation. From having the industry’s best technology, along with our experience in the field, we give you the information you need to grow.
Personalized ServiceWe know you on a first name basis, and you know us. From the first contact to the pilot at your farm, AgDronePRO.com strives to offer that personal touch you’ve come to expect. Don’t trust your farm’s success to just anybody!
Multispectral images are a very effective tool for evaluating soil productivity and analyzing plant health. Viewing the health of soil and crops with the naked eye is very limited and is reactionary. Multispectral sensor technology allows you to see further than the naked eye.
Data from multispectral imaging has the following benefits;
- Identify pests, disease
andweeds. Optimize pesticide usage and crop sprays through early detection.
- Provide data on soil fertility and refine fertilization by detecting nutrient deficiencies. Help with land management and whether to take ground in or out of production or rotate crops etc.
- Count plants and determine population or spacing issues. Estimate crop yield.
- Measure irrigation. Control crop irrigation by identifying areas where water stress is suspected. Make land improvements such as install drainage systems and waterways based on multispectral data.
- View damage to crops from farm machinery and make necessary repairs or replace problematic machinery.