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Crop producers are increasingly providing digital data to manage crop production on a more precise field scale. UAS imagery for crop and livestock monitoring can provide an additional timely dataset to increase precision management practices for farmers and ranchers and simultaneously provide more effective safeguards for the natural environment.

UAS can provide timely, high-resolution imagery and a real-time eye in the sky for agricultural producers to use to more precisely apply crop inputs, to validate past management decisions and to adjust in-season practices.

UAS are safer, less expensive and timelier than manned aircraft remote sensing. UAS operated in crop fields and livestock rangeland in rural fields under existing safety guidelines provide essentially no safety threat to people on the ground or manned aircraft. Additionally, manned aircraft operated in close proximity to crop and livestock operations are potentially more dangerous to the aircraft operator.

For example, Yamaha has demonstrated the utility of having its RMAX helicopter spray vineyards in California’s Napa Valley. It’s not competing against manned aircraft there but against ground tractors. It can do the job faster — tractors can travel only about 3 mph, while the RMAX can move along at 12 to 15 mph.

Even if manned aircraft were used in Napa, the RMAX would have some advantages. It can fly very low over the grapes, thereby minimizing fertilizer waste and runoff, and it’s more nimble and able to steer away from the houses and other structures that share the space with the vineyards.

Although UAS are beginning to be a boon for farmers, regulatory limitations requiring line-of-sight and daytime operations may contribute to inhibited adoption. The FAA’s proposed rules for UAS would not allow for beyond-line-of-sight or nighttime operations, and no Section 333 petitions have yet been granted for these operations. Farmers have used autonomous tractors for over a decade, including overnight, to assist in operations — the same should be allowed for UAS in these rural areas. UAS can be used to manage many acres of land in a fraction of the time compared to on-foot scouting, including surveying 1,500 acres of land in one hour at one-inch image resolution using a fixed-wing design.

Although these essential growth areas will be required for widespread successful UAS adoption across agriculture and other industries, there is very clearly a need for more research involving beyond-line-of-sight operations, nighttime operations, operations over congested areas, and, even further down the line, operations involving larger platforms and full-scale airspace integration.

AG-VA vs. Yamaha

Compare the AG-V6A+ v2  Hex-Copter with the Yamaha UAV Sprayers and its very obvious the AG-V6A+ v2 is the best value for your $$$$$$$.  According to GIZMAG the Yamaha base-model airframe with a single GPS and the ability to fly only within sight (no auto-pilot or ground station) costs $86,000.  The AG-V6A+ v2 is 1/3 the cost.

  • Yamaha - RMAX Capacity 16 kg
  • HSE  AG-V6A+ v2 Capacity   20 kg
Besides being less then 1/3 the cost, the biggest advantage of the AG-V6A+ v2 is the flight time and payload.  Simply put, less refueling means more time in the air spraying.  And, time is money!  Plus, you can fly multiple sprayers simultaneously.
But, the advantages of a UAV Sprayer doesn't not stop there. 
  • No soil compaction
  • No crop damage
  • Quality spray deposition
  • Reduced applicator exposure to chemicals
  • Safe and reliable operation
  • Less drift vs. manned aerial application
The AG-VA models can be equipped with cameras, sensors and real-time video for soil and crop analysis as well as Intelligent Image Processing IIP services. 

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