... as we are moving more and more from the gut-agriculture to the scientific approach to farming - the need arose for easy to use tools to help the farmers get relevant information about the state of the crops and even suggest ways of improving performance while optimizing cost, effort and carbon footprint.
Our Agraesthus drone is doing just that: it is a small hexacopter with a simple yet efficient mission:
With just one push of the button (touchscreen - because we are in the 3rd millenium) it rises, visits all of its preset points, sets to the ground, collects information about the earth and crop (size of the plant, humidity, concentration of any substance a sensor was invented, health of the plant) and sends them to your personal portal in our cloud.
Once there- not even sky is the limit in the type of charts and presenting modes you can put together.
Everything is at your finger tip
,,,and you can just decide what data to filter and then interactively play with what's on the X and Y axis by setting exactly what you are interested n and the hierarchy between them.
It's really child's play - you drag and drop the measures you need and the graphs show you in a more easy to understand visual form what the situation of your crops is.
It is probably the easiest, cheapest and most efficient method of charting your field by giving you the information you need while you tend to other business, spend time with your family or ... just relax -we know you deserve it!
You can observe on the map the places where your crops are missing any of the important nutrients and take the best action for your crop.
This information helps you:
water the exact areas where this is needed
optimize costs by deploying fertilizer and any type of substances ONLY where they are needed and in the quantities they are needed in.
have an accurate history of the plant and state of he earth for insurance purposes
learn each year how to improve your farming with small steps and in details you otherwise might have missed due to day-to-day activities
From there, you can have any view of the health and history of the crop and land.