Not only can these semi-professional, four-propeller small machines be equipped with weapons, but they are now also playing an important role in agriculture. They can also be a “saviour” for small farms in India.
Ryse Aero Technologies, a US company, introduced a large drone at CES in Las Vegas that can lift off vertically, fly and land vertically and is powered by electricity. The drone, called Recon, is intended to be easy to operate and available to individuals with any level of flying experience or certification.
Automated agricultural drones, also known as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), have the potential to revolutionize the way we approach agriculture. These drones are equipped with sensors, cameras, and other types of technology that allow them to collect data on crops, soil conditions, and other factors that can impact the growth and health of crops.
Today, the agricultural sector is increasingly able to take advantage of the opportunities offered by drones. There are two main lines of use in agriculture.