Australia’s Largest Drone Manufacturer

From the beginning, XAG Australia set out to be a different kind of company. One that not only offer the advance Multi-functional Agricultural Drones, but endowed with the mission of advancing agriculture that strives to build the infrastructure of agriculture for the next 100 years, and with every Unmanned Agricultural System, we strive to bring changes to the agricultural industry

After years of intense drought and months of bushfire devastation that had badly battered the continent, Australia is now witnessing the popularity and the introduction of XAG drones on farms and grazing lands, with the aim to relieve the economic and environmental loss.

Today, with our operators covering from the States of South Australia to the Sunshine State Queensland, XAG Australia is the premier supplier of Agricultural Technology of Drones, Robots and IoT Devices, where it can be used in difficult, inaccessible areas where traditional vehicles or helicopters are not suited.


Our Mission:    

To Inspire and promote the use of drones and robots in agriculture, providing autonomous options for farmers to manage their fields with less manual labour while increasing the efficiency and effectiveness in yield production and protecting our environment by pesticide and carbon reduction.

Why Should You Use Drones in Agriculture?

Initially built for military use, unmanned aerial vehicles or UAVs are now utilised in several industries. Currently, agriculture is the second largest industry to use drones next to construction. What used to be a foreign concept now has a large growing demand as these aerial vehicles become more accessible, affordable, and more intelligent.

Using a drone for farming has several advantages. In this article, we will discuss the benefits of using a farm drone and the agriculture drone manufacturers you can tap for your needs.

Benefits of Using a Drone for Farming

Increased Efficiency

Drones help farmers get rid of challenges that they face in day-to-day operations. They help eliminate guesswork and allow the performance of tasks that would normally require hundreds of labourers to accomplish.


Many drones in agriculture are designed with smart refill systems, so human workers don’t have to be in contact with chemicals. This lowers the risks of ingestion or inhalation of harmful substances. Human error is also avoided, so the chances of overdosing crops in certain areas are significantly lowered. 

Data-Driven Planning

Using drones in agriculture allows farmers to gather data through drone surveying functions. This data enables them to come up with a plan that will increase yield, reduces costs, and save valuable time.

More Precise Infection and Pest Detection

Agriculture drones can use their sensors to detect areas that are inflicted by infections, pests, and even weeds. They can also compute the exact amount of pesticide necessary to contain the problem without sending a single person out in the field to check and determine the estimated size of the affected area.

Time-Saving Crop Surveillance

If you have a large field, it would be impossible to monitor the state of your crops on a daily basis. You can’t expect a human to go through such a huge area and come back with a detailed report after. A farm drone can quickly inspect the area using an infrared camera to check light absorption rates which indicate the crops’ health. This real-time data is enough for a farmer to take the necessary measures to ensure plant survival.

Finding the Right Agriculture Drone Manufacturers

If you’re a farmer who wishes to manage your farmland with increased efficiency and less manual labour, you can get in touch with XAG Australia for more information. Improve yield production and have access to more environmental farming options with our UAV products. We’ll be more than happy to discuss your drone choices.



XAI, Data sharing platform built by XAG for Global Agriculture 3.0. Connecting with XAG Intelligent devices, data sharing through agriculture information service, and combining agricultural production with intelligent technologies. 

Sustainable Farming


The United Nations brought the 2030 Agenda, setting 45 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), one of which is to eradicate hunger by 2030. 821 million people around the world are suffering from hunger, that is 1 out of every 9 people is now starving on the planet. With a growing population expected to reach 9 billion in 2050, FAO estimates that agricultural production must rise by about 60% by 2050 to feed such a large population


XAG had dedicated ourselves to take actions in preserving natural resources, growing more food with fewer resources, solve hunger and take better care of people, is the long-term goal and responsibility of XAG.

Flight Information System

XFIS (XAG Flight Information System) developed by XAG is an Aircraft Management System that allows real-time monitoring, visualization of flight operations information and historical data review of XAG Aircrafts. The system also supports function for electronic fencing, no-fly zone settings, and remote locking functions in line with national security and third-party supervision of flight data 

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