The Latest Types of AgEagle Drone

UAV drones are being used to help farmers increase yield production through a variety of imaging and mapping software. AgEagle drone service is a company based in Neodesha, Kan. that is manufacturing UAVs that are tailored for agricultural mapping. There are several solutions for today’s farmers to purchase or to purchase services to optimize their farming operations by using these AgEagle Drone products. Some latest types of AgEagle Drone are shown below.



AgEagle’s simple-to-use UAS technology captures aerial maps of crop health in a field more efficient, monitoring and identifying areas of crop stresses before they can be seen by the naked eye. AgEagle built a robotic aircraft for agricultural use and is designed to help the farmer reduce chemical use and increase yields.

AgEagle drone products designed for agronomy work from ground up meaning it's very very simple to operate. With your iPad or any smartphone, farmers are able to identify the area on a map where they want to fly. Farmers click a button and say fly and release the aircraft the aircraft launches by itself. It scans over the field all by itself and will land by itself. The old technology they used to have to take their camera back to their shop and then process the images in computer which could take hours.

But today, while the aircraft flies with partners from DroneDeploy who developed the technology that processes the images in the cloud while the aircraft is flying. So what this means is by the time the aircraft lands they have an aerial view of field. That you just flew and you can do what we call ground truth so if you see an area of concern in the field. Maybe the plants are not healthier there's a concern there you you can physically go ground truth it and look at the plans to determine what the problem is.

This saves time from that point, if the agronomist determines that we need to apply chemicals or more nutrients, you can then pull that into a farm management software like SMS or SST software which can create prescription maps. Those maps can then be uploaded to field application tool guided by Raven equipment for precise applications of the determined remedy exactly where it needs to be. Thus, saving chemicals which is good for the environment and it also saves the farmer money.

AgEagle RX-60


The AgEagle RX-60 is easy and safe to use, the most durable, lightweight (7 pounds), professional-grade UAV technology on the market, used to scout fields & crops to check the health of plants.

Electric-powered and encased in carbon fiber, the AgEagle RX-60 is designed to fly up to 60 minutes and can capture virtually thousands of high resolution NIR/NDVI aerial images and cover up to 400 acres per battery charge. What's more, the RX-60 is designed with high performance sensors, permits flight in wind speeds up to 42 mph and will produce actionable crop intelligence and prescription maps.

Prescription maps are automatically created and georeferenced, meaning you do not have to process the images. Simply import images into a compatible FMIS system  needed to create actionable data and you're immediately armed with the crop intelligence necessary to optimize yield production, and profits -- among other notable benefits of using drones in agriculture sector.

Specification Description


Composition
Composite Aircraft Grade Carbon Fiber Infusion | Hard Shell
Measurements
54" (137 cm)
Weight
Max Gross T.O.: 7.06 lb (3.20 kg)
Fuel 
Energy System 2 Li-Po Batteries | 5500 mAh | 14.8V | 4 Cell
Take-Off Method 
Auto-Landing | Power Off Glide
Landing Method
Auto-Landing | Power Off Glide
Flight Performance
Operating Airspeed: 31-49 mph (13.8-29.9 m/s)
Endurance
Up to 60 Minutes
Redundant Fail-Safes
Dual Batteries | Compasses | Satellite Antennas | Satellite Receivers | Gyros | Accelerometers
Triple Satellite Constellations
USA GPS | Russian Glonass | European Galileo

AgEagle RX-47

Smaller than the AgEagle RX-60 but no less rugged and reliable, the hand-launched RX-47 weighs in at only 4 pounds and is constructed of highly durable polypropylene material covered with a composite layer of extruded polypropylene (EPP) and carbon fiber rods embedded in the wing and fuselage.

The AgEagle RX-47 was designed to cover a minimum of 250 acres on a single battery charge for less cost and time. In addition, this small but powerful flying wing boasts a true NIR (Near Infrared) global shutter sensor that is capable of creating extremely accurate prescription maps for the application of chemicals and nutrients from a precision application tractor. Its noteworthy to mention that the AgEagle RX-47 can accomplish this at a price that is thousands of dollars below other professional grade drones.

In addition, AgEagle is the only Ag UAV manufacturer to offer Version LTE data in-flight image transfer for rapid processing of aerial images. Meaning, while the AgEagle RX47 flies, images are transferred through the onboard LTD data system so the creation of prescription maps can be accomplished quickly and automatically.

Specification Description

Composition
Composite | EPP | Carbon Fiber Rod
Measurements
Wingspan: 47" (120 cm)
Weight
Max Gross T.O.: 4.4 lb (2 kg)
Fuel 
Energy System Single Li-Po, 6600 mAh; 14.8V; 10C; 4-Cell
Take-Off Method 
Manual
Landing Method
Auto-Landing
Flight Performance
Operating Airspeed: 31-36 mph (13.8-16 m/s)
Endurance
Up to 50 Minutes

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