Efficient and Intelligent Crop Spraying Solutions
Advanced Imaging Radar and slope angle detection system allows for superior navigation in adverse terrain. With a built-in RTK centimetre-level positioning system spraying is targeted and precise.
8 nozzles and high-volume pumps can spray at a rate of up to 6 L/min with estimated 12ha covered per hour. A highly optimized wind field produces droplets ideal in size and consistency.
Pilots have undergone advanced training in aerial application to ensure safe handling of aircraft as well as a high quality of application to all crops.
Professional Certified Crop Spraying Pilots
Mix & Fill Station
Productivity of drone spraying operations are boosted with our auto-tendering station. Our ground crew mix up just the right amounts of inputs precisely when needed providing flexibility and avoiding waste.
Crop Spraying Workflow
Aircraft: Phantom 4 RTK
High-Precision Data Collection
Software: DJI Terra
AI-Generated Flight Paths
Aircraft: AGRAS T16/20
Improved Operational Efficiency
Spray rate of up to 6L/min
Sprays Approximately 8 ha/hour
IAS uses DJI AGRAS crop-spraying aircraft. With its powerful performance and outstanding spraying capabilities, the DJI AGRAS can conduct autonomous operations over a variety of terrains, such as broad-acre farmlands, terraces, and orchards.
With Terrain Aware Radar, a 20L tank and a night-time lighting system- these aircraft are capable of covering up to 10Ha per hour 24/ hours a day. Ensuring your entire crop is covered efficiently and on time.
The spreader can utilize a payload of up to 16L and a dispense rate of up to 15 kg/min. For direct seeding with grains 0.5-5 mm in size, the Spreading System performs 70 times faster than manual operations. This improved form of planting is designed for multiple application scenarios, such as grassland reseeding and granular fertilizer spreading.
Cover crop seeds, micronutrients, beneficial insects, etc. can all be deployed from the dry spreader.
Advantages of Drone Crop Spraying:
Manned Aircraft vs Drones
Manned crop spraying is aimed at covering as much ground as possible. This assists the farmer in completing their fields as quickly as possible but also leads to higher chemical drift and higher usage of applicants. The applicant penetration is a lot lighter and often covers only the top third of the crop as the aircraft is flying higher and faster. For manned aircraft, the company needs to be supplied with large fields otherwise it is not finically viable to fly in and spray.
Drones can focus on smaller fields and the precision of spraying the applicant. Drones are able control the height and speed as well as many other parameters above the crop canopy which leads to consistent coverage and deeper penetration into the crop. Drones are able to cover every area of a field to leaf’s edge, leaving no plant untouched by applicant. Chemical drift is lower with drones and can spray fields that are closer to water and sensitive areas.