Implementation of unmanned technologies in agriculture not only automates the technological processes, but also reduces the impact of the labor outflow from rural areas due to migration
Today, the agricultural sector is increasingly resorting to precision agriculture technologies. Precision agriculture is a comprehensive high-tech agricultural management system that allows farmers to manage crops and resource usage effectively, as well as maximizes the level of productivity, yield and quality of the resulting products. This term also includes minimizing pests, unwanted floods and diseases.
The most effective tool for remote land sensing in this system is unmanned aviation. In the recent years, agricultural drone technologies have been improving and their benefits for the agriculture sector are becoming increasingly evident to farmers. Unmanned aerial systems allow farmers to constantly monitor the condition of their crops and livestock from the air to quickly identify problems that spot checks from the ground might miss. Applications of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) in agriculture ranges from mapping and surveying to planting and spraying crops.
Our open ABR Ecosystem will offer a wide range of UAV-based solutions and services focused on efficiency, cost-effectiveness, and automation. The ecosystem is based on an open platform in the form of ABR AirChannel UTM unmanned air traffic management system allowing you to control a drone or an entire fleet of UAVs autonomously and beyond visual line of sight. Furthermore, ABR Ecosystem includes an infrastructure
solution in the form of ABR Droneport land-based mobile autonomous UAV station allowing you to control flights and data processing without leaving your office.