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Agriculture Drone Training: Get 10 Days of Hands-on Coaching from Skywalk Drobotics; Details Inside

Skywalk Drobotics provides an Agricultural Drone Training of 8-10 days duration which will comprise of Theory Classes, Simulator training (system fly session) as well as Practical training

Sugandh Bhatnagar
Agriculture Drones
Agriculture Drones

Drones are instrumental in today’s agricultural production through their real-time, three-Dimensional, and ultra-precise analysis that measures the overall health of the soil, planting patterns, and ultimately provides crucial data for optimal irrigation and nitrogen needs.

However, using a drone is more complex than you think and for that, you require in-depth training. Skywalk Drobotics provides an Agricultural Drone Training of 8-10 days duration which will comprise of Theory Classes, Simulator training (system fly session) as well as Practical training.

The Practical training will be given with small drones first and after that you will be given training with agri drone (5 litres).

On completion of this course, you will be provided with a certificate. The Course fee is Rs 29500

Course Overview:

Crop Spraying Technology:

Crop spraying is a difficult and time taking process for farmers. Crop spraying involves covering extremely large spaces of land to ensure proper growth of crops. Crop spraying utilizes many chemicals that pose dangers to human health with continuous exposure.  Drone technology is a much safer alternative, incorporating ultrasonic, light detection and grounding lasers that offer relief to farmers via precision crop spraying that is five times faster than traditional crop spraying.   Utilizing state-of-the-art topographical scanning, agricultural drones dispense the optimal amount of fluid to ensure even coverage for proper crop growth without unnecessary waste.   

Crop Irrigation:

Irrigation is essential to preventing the dry conditions that results in dead crops. Drone technology makes use of sensors including thermal, multispectral, and hyperspectral varieties to analyse and pinpoint the specific crops that are dehydrated, in addition to measuring the density, heat signature, and overall health of the field as a whole to provide a comprehensive overview for farmers.   

Crop Observing:

The monitoring of crops is critical and problematic for farmers. The observing of crops has been a problematic process due to the navigating of vast land on foot. Further difficulties in monitoring crops and fields are weather conditions that can result in an inability to check on crops.   Drone technology offers agricultural producers a way to monitor crops in a highly efficient, low-risk way with precision imagery available readily displaying any problematic crop areas or areas in need of improvement.

Analysis Of Field & Soil:

Analyses of soil and fields are imperative to the success of crops and must be performed at the very beginning of planting, during growth, and towards the end of harvest.

How To Measure Crop Health:

Most agriculture drones depend on multi-spectral imaging to spot problems with a crop’s health. Specifically, they look at changes over time in ​visible light (VIS) ​and near-infrared (NIR) light reflected by crops. These images are taken over time by drones. 

 It is possible to detect plant health from these images because​plants reflect different amounts of visible green and NIR light, depending on how healthy they are​. By measuring the changes in visible and NIR light reflected from a crop, we can spot potential health issues. Drone images are processed to calculate a tracking index called NDVI (​normalized difference vegetation index​), which is a measure in the difference between light intensity reflected by the field in two different frequencies.

Skywalk Drobotics Pvt Ltd: Contact Details

Contact No: +91-97-90-211-002

Address: 65/66, 1st floor, Jay Towers, 8th Cross, Bharathi Park, NSR Road, SaiBaba Colony, Coimbatore – 41011, Tamil Nadu, India

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