The Aerial Advantage for Agriculture


Drones for Agriculture:
Elevating the Standard for Crop Health

When you want to ensure that crops are healthy and catch any issues before they impact yield, an aerial perspective is a distinct advantage.

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Microdrones unmanned aerial vehicles are empowering farmers and agronomists across the globe by equipping them with the information they need to identify potential issues and mitigate loss.

Our drones offer long flight times and resilience in harsh weather. The mdCockpit app simplifies flight planning, monitoring, and analysis – and allows you to survey the same field the same way as many times as you wish.

Microdrones modular payloads make it easy to swap out to perform a wider variety of applications. Agriculture pros who use options like multi-spectral imaging and thermal mapping have experienced great success.

Microdrones mdMapper1000DG low front view md4-1000

Microdrones unmanned aerial vehicles are empowering farmers and agronomists across the globe by equipping them with the information they need to identify potential issues and mitigate loss.

Our drones offer long flight times and resilience in harsh weather. The mdCockpit app simplifies flight planning, monitoring, and analysis – and allows you to survey the same field the same way as many times as you wish.

Microdrones modular payloads make it easy to swap out to perform a wider variety of applications. Agriculture pros who use options like multi-spectral imaging and thermal mapping have experienced great success.

Microdrones is being used for precision farming, to help grow and cultivate new varieties of crops more quickly. KWS is using the mdMapper1000DG over its fields to analyze when to plan seeds and gather precise information on the growth of their plants.

Journal of Ecology recently featured an article on the findings of how agricultural drone analysis from Microdrones helped confirm Alan Turing’s theory for Australian Fairy Circles.