The key functionality that makes crop pesticide spraying and monitoring highly useful for farmers is the autopilot agricultural drones, which automates drone flying. Autopilot software can predetermine the flight pattern that will maximize coverage of the crop fields, imaging software can stitch together aerial imagery into a mosaic map. The generated map is key to improving crop performance, and reducing costs. It shows exactly which areas of the crops need further attention. Farmers can spend more time treating their plants, and less time scouting.
The China’s leading agricultural Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) producer, Xian WWZ proudly announce that they have developed a new autopilot (fully automatic)agricultural drone SLK-5 autopilot sprayer, this kind of pesticide sprayer drone has over three times work efficiency than usual agricultural drone. Itcomes with a 1 Year Warranty. It adopts Cutting Edge Technology with a coverage rate of 6 acres/hour. The launching of this autopilot indicate that now we have developed complete series of agricultural UAV sprayers equipped with autopilot, Flight Controller intelligent flow control and GPS. So far as we know this SLK-5 autopilot sprayer drone is the most advanced UAV Sprayer platform on the market. Compare with other UAV sprayers and you'll agree the SLK-5 autopilot sprayer drone is the most cost effective, efficient and advanced UAV sprayers on the market.
Improving crop yield is an ever pressing problem for farmers and always will be. However, for the first time in generations, digital and technological advancements enable farmers to make large improvements in their performance. On a small scale it is important for an individual farmer to profitable. On a global scale, this ties into the problem of feeding an ever-increasing global population. This is further complicated with the issues of environmental impact, the need to reduce water waste, eliminate chemical run off, and carbon dioxide emissions. Digital technology can contribute to addressing these problems to establish sustainable farming processes.
All members of the agriculture system need to embrace new digital technologies in order to make their operations more productive, profitable, and efficient. Large farms can benefit from a range of applicable data to increase the amount of food produced from the same area. Doing so will potentially result in an improved financial agriculture performance, and higher profits. Smaller farms can also benefit from digital technology to improve their crop yields.