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Drones Make Farming More Productive.

Drones are changing agriculture on a fundamental level. Not only can this technology capture data on planting, harvesting, and everything in between, it can do so at a fraction of the price of manned aircraft surveillance or satellite imaging. Plus, the data acquired from the use of a drone is not only more accurate, it requires far less time and man power. So how can a drone help your farming operation? Drones in agriculture can be used to gather a variety of image-based data about crop, field and livestock conditions. Below are just a few of the many examples of how a drone can be used to improve the performance of your farming operation. 

Field and Crop Surveillance  

Drones can generate more precise and more frequent data about the conditions of your crops and fields, including: 

  • presence of nutrients / nutrient deficiencies 
  • existence of disease
  • plant count
  • plant height
  • plant health
  • presence of weeds
  • relative biomass estimates
  • 3D or volumetric data (piles, holes, hills, etc.)
  • identify tile runs and breaks

Livestock Surveillance

Drones can be used to help you more effectively manage your livestock operation by helping you to monitor the location, movement, and status of animals and herds over time. 


Putting Your Drone To Work

Flying a drone and analyzing data is made easy with the right software. DroneDeploy is a powerful cloud-based software that does just that. 


Save Time Doing Field Inspections

No longer do you have to spare the time and man power needed to physically survey each and every row of every field to get an idea of how your crops and fields are faring. With a drone, you can cover hundreds of acres of fields in minutes. Not only does a drone save you time, it delivers incredibly accurate data you can use! 


See Where You Can't

From buildings to barns, to silos and then some, a drone can give you a birds-eye-view of nearly any hard to reach place.  A drone can take images and videos of damage or conditions you can't see from the ground.