Clever ag technology: The innovative new T30 drone at work. Picture: Supplied

Clever ag technology: The innovative new T30 drone at work. Picture: Supplied

New drone innovation takes smart farming to higher level

New drone innovation takes smart farming to higher level

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DJI, the global leader in drones, and importer CR Kennedy, have set a new benchmark for smart farming in Australia with the introduction of the new Agras T10 and T30 models.

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DJI, the global leader in drones, and importer CR Kennedy, have set a new benchmark for smart farming in Australia with the introduction of the new Agras T10 and T30 models.

The T30 is DJI's next-generation aircraft, boasting a revolutionary transforming structure and a max payload of up to 40kg. The performance and efficiency of spraying operations have never been better.

With a 30 litre spraying tank, the DJI Agras T30 takes aerial spraying efficiency to new heights.

The transforming body enables more effective spraying, especially for fruit trees. Using DJI digital agriculture solutions, the T30 helps reduce fertiliser use and increase yield with effective, data-driven best practices.

With innovative branch-targeting technology and adjustable arms, the Agras T30 penetrates thick canopies with oblique spraying, ensuring an even application of liquid pesticides and doubling the number of droplets.

With the help of the Smart Agriculture Cloud Platform and cloud-based mapping, users can manage a 3D digital orchard, making it easy to get started with digital agriculture.

Equipped with its large 30kg spray tank, the Agras T30 has a spray width of 9 metres, and field spraying efficiency of 40 acres per hour.

The spherical radar system perceives obstacles and surroundings in all environments, weather conditions, and viewing angles, regardless of dust and light interference.

Automatic obstacle avoidance and adaptive flight functions help ensure safety during operation.

Equipped with dual FPV cameras, the Agras T30 provides clear front and rear views and lets you check flight status without needing to turn the aircraft mid-flight.

The T10 uses the same next-generation, technology but has a smaller payload of up to 10kg.

The advantage of the T10 is a farmer doesn't need a license to fly the drone on their own property.

Scott Fisher from NSW agricultural drone service specialist Skytech Solutions said drones have helped him overcome obstacles that traditional spraying doesn't.

"Drones provide a far more controlled and consistent spray methodology, and are safer and more cost effective." he said.

"Compared with other crop protection machines of the same level in the market, the T10 is not only lighter in size, but also leading in terms of safety configuration and reliability. It inherits the 'high specifications' of T30, comes standard with RTK, front and rear dual FPV, spherical radar system, and IP67 protection."

The Agras T10 and T30 join the T20 giving the best options to agricultural farmers in Australia. To find out more regarding pricing and availability contact CR Kennedy.

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