Invest in a Drone Company – Non-U.S. Investors
Drones are getting precise and efficient each day. As they get better, their applications are getting more diverse; way beyond as a hobby.
We see practical applications of drones in a wide range of industry lines including the agriculture sector. With greater investments in the drones and new FAA regulations for the use of drones in business, drones are already making a great impact on the agriculture sector.
The agricultural industry is facing tougher challenges with each passing day. As the population is increasing at a rapid pace, the demand for food and other agricultural products has grown manifold over the years. Also, the drastic changes in the environment pose many threats to optimum production.
In such a situation, drones play a vital role in assisting farmers in addressing these challenges and meeting the production demands.
Let’s explore the ways through which drones are streamlining the agricultural processes, and empowering farmers to get better yields.
Precision agriculture is a fairly new concept in agricultural management that aims to optimize the production by minimizing resources and maximizing yields.
It is an extensive process that requires precise measurements, deep observations, and timely action when required. And drones seem to be made for it.
Along with many other factors such as technology and scientific knowledge, drones play a central role in the actualization of precision farming.
For a better understanding of the drone applications in the precision agriculture, let’s break down the whole process into systematic steps and then look at how drones can assist in executing every step in a better way than before.
The process starts way before the production cycle when the soil and field tests are done to determine the planting and irrigation patterns. Drones can make the whole process easy by providing highly accurate maps and other data such as imaging.
The analysis continues after the planting where drones can be leveraged to manage the irrigation and soil fertility throughout the production cycle.
Some drone models have already appeared in the market that shoots the seed package (containing seed plus the essential nutrients) into the soil. Planting seeds through drones can cut the planting costs to one-third and also double the seed uptake rate.
Agricultural drones are equipped with all the sensors to detect the areas where more irrigation is required. Advanced imaging features and heat sensors detect the density of the vegetation as well as heat intensity. Targeted irrigation can also be done with the help of drones in the patches where there is an immediate requirement.
The most common pest control method is spraying pesticides, and drones come as a safer and more precise option when compared to manual spraying or with the help of other machinery.
Drones accurately measure the required distance, avoid any damage to the crop which is quite common with other machines, and also use the minimum chemicals with great effect. Moreover, spraying with drones is faster than any other spray method.
The biggest obstacle in the precise irrigation is regular monitoring of the crop throughout the production cycle. It becomes almost impossible for regular monitoring by using manual methods over vast fields. Satellite imaging is often used as an alternative but has its drawbacks.
Drones, on the other hand, not only makes the whole process simpler but also provide accurate observation results in the form of high-quality drone images from as many points as required. This result in better tracking of the crop development and hence, better crop management.
Drone companies such as MOTA are working on the idea of connecting multiple drones together so that they work in coordination to perform specified tasks and take the full control of the agricultural processes; thus creating a blockchain of drones. What more? The application of artificial intelligence in drones will enable them to adapt to different situations and perform multiple tasks when required.
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1) You are not a U.S. citizen or resident (Not a U.S. Person).
2) You first received an offer to participate in the Program and agreed to purchase the drones while outside the United States.
3) You understand that the shares issued under the Program will be non-transferable and non-voting until the later of one year after issuance or the date on which a trading market develops for the company’s common stock on a U.S. securities exchange or in the over-the-counter
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