Agribotix Announces Agricultural Drone Data Processing Solution

By Caroline Rees / 23 Feb 2015
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Agribotix drone data visualizationAgribotix, a provider of turnkey drone data collection and analysis services, has announced its new cloud-based, Bring Your Own Drone™ data processing solution, available to anyone using any drone for agricultural data collection anywhere in the world.

As in other industries, technology is reshaping farming – “precision agriculture” practices offer a new approach to crop management, minimising out waste and using data to maximize crop yields, and thus profits. Drones are an excellent way to gather detailed information about every square inch of a field, but making sense of these large volumes of data creates new challenges. Agribotix’ new on-demand service aims to provide a solution, processing drone-collected data and returning actionable recommendations.

“During our first year flying our own drones over crops, we discovered that drone pilots need a simple way to produce reports that are useful to a farmer. This includes everything from an overhead view of a field used to spot problem areas, to a zone map for precise fertilizer application. We’ve developed a solution that addresses these needs and more,” said Paul Hoff, Agribotix CEO. “The resulting reports can be imported into virtually any farm data management system,” Hoff noted. “Agricultural drone pilots don’t want to be software experts; they want to focus on the business of producing reports for their customers that maximize crop yields and improve their bottom line. We give them a very high level of customer service and fast turnaround so that they can act quickly, before conditions change.”

Posted by Caroline Rees Caroline co-founded Unmanned Systems Technology and has been at the forefront of the business ever since. With a Masters Degree in marketing Caroline has her finger on the pulse of all things unmanned and is committed to showcasing the very latest in unmanned technical innovation. Connect & Contact
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