(1) 1 year Warranty
(2) battery – 200 times charge
(1) Inexperienced operator
(2) Lack of repair and maintenance
(3) Poor GPS signal
(1) Don’t operate without training
(2) Always keep drone away from obstacles.
(3) Stay 10m away from drone during take off and landing
(4) Always keep drone within sight
(5) Don’t touch the rotors when it is still working
(6) Return home as soon as possible when low battery power warning start.
(7) Separate drone flying area and pilot working area
(8) Wear proper attire, which include protective clothing, hat, mask, spectacle, glove, safety shoe.
(9) Do calibration after every 10km of flying
(10) Double confirm the function of remote controller switches
(11) Ensure battery of drone and remote controller are fully charged.
(12) Ensure all arms and propellers are unfolded and balance.
(13) Do not stand below flying drone
(14) Keep at least 5 meter away from drone when the propellers are still moving
(15) Beware of obstacle in the surrounding, eg. High voltage cable, telecommunication tower, etc.
(16) Avoid spraying during high temperature, because the substance get evaporated easily.
(1) Set the goal – to spray what type of material for what purpose.
(2) Land surveying, marking to determine the land shape and size and programme flight route
(3) Forecast the weather and get ready all the materials and equipments.
(4) Pilot must reach the working area earlier, survey the environment, make sure no obstacle, check the lifting and landing area, check the flying route
(5) Mix the fertilizer or pesticide according to specification
(6) Check battery and signal light, make sure can flying safely
(7) Start spraying operation
(8) Check and clean up the drone, record material consumed, completed area and number of flight completed.
(9) Get ready for next day operation
Water is the “lifeblood” of agriculture, fertilizer is the “grain” of crops, and pesticides are the “medicine” of crop to prevent and control the disease. liquid-saving spraying is a topic of modern agriculture.
When it use the intelligent and automatic agriculture drone , Drone agriculture sprayer only need 15 to 20 square water and less liquid to spray one hectares,and it was reduced 80% of the water and liquid than the manual. The original one hectare of garden and farm need to hire a dozen people to take care, but now when they use the agriculture drone only need 1 or 2 man,and the labor cost is saving.
For the efficient use of chemical fertilizers, it can greatly reduce the fertilizer loss, And fertilizer must be rely on agricultural drones equipment. Compare to manual, The crops of fertilizer can reduce 20%, While increasing production amount of more than 10%.
When the drone agriculture sprayer pesticide may improve the safety and efficiency.And the drones in agriculture spray more accuracy,uniform and more penetrating,so the drone sprayer may be a trend of agriculture.
Agriculture drone with low operating altitude, drift less, can be hovering, no special takeoff and landing airport, the rotor generated by the downward flow helps to increase the penetration of the fog on the crop, the control effect is high, remote remote control Operation, spraying the operator to avoid the risk of exposure to pesticides, improve the safety of spraying and many other advantages. In addition, the electric unmanned helicopter spray technology using spray spray method can save at least 50% of the use of pesticides, saving 90% of the water, which will greatly reduce the cost of resources. Compared with the oil moving, the overall size is small, light weight, the depreciation rate is lower, the unit labor cost is not high, easy to maintain.
1.The use of high-efficiency brushless motor as the power of small fuselage vibration, can carry precision instruments, spraying pesticides and more accurate;
2.Take off short, high efficiency, high attendance;
3.Environmental protection, no exhaust gas, in line with national energy conservation and green organic agriculture development requirements;
4.Easy maintenance, use, maintenance costs low;
5.Provide protection for agricultural unmanned aerial vehicles.
6.With real-time image transmission, posture real-time monitoring
7.The spray device has a self-stabilizing function to ensure that the spray is always vertical
8.Semi-self-live takeoff and landing, switch to gesture mode or GPS attitude mode, just a simple operation of the throttle lever can easily operate the helicopter smooth landing.
9.Out of control protection, the helicopter in the loss of remote control signal can be automatically hover in place, waiting for the signal recovery.
10.Fuselage posture automatic balance, rocker corresponding to the body posture, the maximum posture tilt 45˚, suitable for smart large mobile flight action.
11.GPS posture mode (standard version of this feature can be obtained through the upgrade), precise positioning and high degree of locking, even in the windy weather, hover accuracy will not be affected.
12.The new rotor and the main rotor rotor power separation, making the main rotor motor power from the tail rotor wear, to further improve the load capacity, while strengthening the aircraft safety and handling. This is also the direction of unmanned helicopter development.
13.High-speed centrifugal nozzle design, not only can control the rate of liquid spraying, you can also control the size of drug droplets, the control range of 10-150 microns.
- the product warranty period is 1 year
- the warranty period for product warranty is based on the acceptance confirmation letter signed by the customer.
- In practice, we provide free accessories and free maintenance services for the equipment damage caused by non-human causes. For the equipment damage caused by human factors, the accessories we repair or provide are calculated at cost price
Precision agriculture is a farming management concept based on observing, measuring and responding to inter- and intra-field variability in crops.
The goal of precision agriculture is to more efficiently apply a farm’s limited resources to gain maximum yield. A primary method for doing that is to minimize variability of crop health within and across fields. To learn more about precision agriculture, read this excellent overview published by The Economist.
Due to its nature, precision agriculture requires a LOT of data to work. The three main types of data include:
- geo-tagged images: visible and multi-spectral aerial images taken of fields, over time; this is where drones play
- equipment performance: real time feedback & logs provided by sensor-equipped manned and unmanned equipment such as seeders, spreaders, tractors and combines
- management data: crop yield and other data provided by farm operators
The use of precision agriculture technologies is growing very quickly, globally, according to Technavio.
Drones are really just a new, high-precision way to obtain geo-tagged images from the air.
Compared with other aerial survey methods, drones generate more precise and more frequent data about the condition of crops. This data is used in many ways to improve the performance of a farm’s operation.
For surveying fields of less than 50 hectares in size, drones are cheaper than manned aircraft surveillance, manned scouting and satellite imaging.
Some claim that the new FAA rules will restrict the usefulness of drones for agriculture, because under the new Part 107 rules, all observation and measurement must be taken by a drone that is within visual line of site (VLOS) of the operator. This becomes a real issue for fields and farms that are bigger than VLOS.
But the vast majority of farms don’t have this problem.
According to this report, there are approximately 2.1 million farms in America. The average size is 434 acres. Small family farms, averaging 231 acres, make up 88 percent, meaning that 1.85 million farms can benefit immediately from ag drones.
Drones are used to gather a variety of image-based data about the condition of crops, fields and livestock – including:
- plant height
- plant count
- plant health
- presence of nutrients
- presence of disease
- presence of weeds
- relative biomass estimates
- 3D / volumetric data (piles, patches, holes and hills)