Agricultural Wonder Drone Designed To Spray Crops

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Farmers are required to manage acres of farmland at a time, and have recently begun to tap into aerial technology to do so efficiently and sustainably. DJI MG-1S revolutionizes the way in which farmers can utilize drones to manage and take care of their crops.

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Agriculture is considered a prime area of potential growth in the drone industry because of the technology’s ability to help survey crops and gather real-time information on farmland.

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And companies like DJI will be able to charge far higher prices than the $1,000 or so that their consumer Phantom drones command — the Agras will cost “roughly $15,000,” according to The Wall Street Journal.

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In this video, three individuals in the agricultural drone industry speak of their experiences with DJI’s MG-1S and tell us why it stands out amongst the UAV choices when considering factors of precision, effectiveness, intuitiveness, ease of use, safety, build and more.

An all new spraying system enables more accurate distribution of liquids. The pumps controlling front and rear nozzles act separately, giving the option for forward, rear, or full spraying modes.

Pressure and flow sensors monitor the spray rates in real time, making sure to optimize spray speed and amount while in motion, utilizing new nozzles with extended spray booms make better use of the propellers’ down draft.

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