Aerial Drone Spraying
The aerodynamic design of our UAV with the integration of CDA (Controlled Droplet Application) Nozzles had been certified by the University of Queensland provides excellent results, eliminating spray drift while providing excellent results accelerating the spray, increasing its reach, and helping chemical to penetrate through a crop.
The Australian agriculture industry is associated with many challenges: unpredictable weather patterns, crop disease, irrigation issues, and pest control. Adding complexity to this, traditional methods of evaluating and managing farm environments can be highly complex, time-consuming, and labor-intensive.
Drone Spraying is an extremely cost-effective solution for aerial application of chemicals, the manoeuvrability of the UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) allows our pilot to service isolated or difficult access areas and sites which require rehabilitation and/or stabilisation. Combined with Aerial Survey, our drones can be utilised to service broadacre or specific areas where treatment is necessary, by liquid or granular form.
Intelligent flight control with the assistant of the onboard technology and RTK allows the UAV to achieve unimaginable precision, and maintain accurate height above the vegetation. Spray density is maintained even as the canopy rises and falls so that the pre-set amount of appliance is applied at all times.
Proven to be faster than traditional methods in spray applications
Intelligent control that records the status of the service to ensure precision application for every project.
Precise navigation at centimetre-level
Micron level droplets are pushed and flung out from the rotary spraying disc to evenly adhere to the surface of crops. Droplets are enhanced by optimized downdraft from the system’s propellers, as such a mechanism reduces drifting significantly.
Cover larger areas in less time reducing labour, time costs and chemical usage
Utilising the rotary atomising spraying system, the drones secures farm produce quality while protecting the environment by reducing 30% of pesticide use and 90% of water waste.
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