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Benefits of Baibars Agricultural UAV

The advancement and widespread use of technology provide many conveniences in agriculture as in every field. Ensuring sustainability in crop production can be done by applying innovative agricultural technologies and activities such as spraying can be done by saving time, budget, and labor. 

 

Unmanned aerial vehicles are flight systems controlled by remotes. With propeller systems, programmable control cards, automatic flight features, and spraying systems, unmanned aerial vehicles successfully complete the given tasks. Remote sensing is one of these technologies used in agricultural operations. These technologies can detect soil properties, weeds, and diseased or harmful conditions. The use of UAVs to monitor crops provides great opportunities to obtain field data easily, quickly, and cost-effectively compared to previously used methods. 

 

Agricultural UAVs can be used for irrigation scheduling and monitoring, crop health monitoring, disease control, and plant nutrition applications. Unmanned aerial vehicles can monitor areas of land that receive unbalanced water or pesticides, preventing yield loss and ensuring efficient use of resources. Aircraft spraying increases the yield of agricultural spraying products applied in an even and balanced manner in the fight against target diseases or pests. Increases homogeneous drug distribution by 60%. Reduces the number of chemicals used and therefore environmental pollution by minimizing the problems of incorrect dosage and inability to provide equal distribution on a field basis. Since it reduces the applicator's contact with the pesticide by 95%, it also eliminates the harmful effects that may occur when interacting with chemicals. The equipment farmers need for pesticide spraying and the necessity to have spare parts can be costly. Agricultural drones, on the other hand, spray by preventing uneven pesticide application and pesticide waste. Baibars agricultural drones reduce pesticide use by 20% while preventing crop losses. As a result, it reduces the cost of agricultural inputs. 

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