By using multispectral and hyperspectral cameras, we can monitor the condition and stress of plants in real-time. Among the most important factors are water stress, nutrient deficiencies, and attacks by pests. Through this multispectral technology and computer processing, we assess the plant’s water potential, identify crucial nutrient deficiencies, and detect focal points of attacks or infections. Subsequently, we adjust irrigation plans, apply targeted fertilization, and administer phytosanitary products. Drones in agriculture operate towards sustainability and efficient crop management.
Drones enable swift response and appropriate action against negative factors. Our drones can cover up to 20 hectares of land in 20 minutes of flight with a spatial resolution of 6cm/pixel. This is remarkably productive and time-efficient compared to traditional monitoring methods.
Do you have specific requirements or need to solve a particular issue? Reach out to us! Together with experts from the Agricultural Institute of Slovenia and the Biotechnical Faculty, we will find a solution that allows you to manage your agricultural areas more effectively.