Stressed plants do not always emit visible signals to the human eye. A radiography of the field with sensors shows what man can not see.
Drones are changing the agricultural techniques making the human approach to agriculture smarter, more ecological and less expensive.
Specific agronomical operations allow farms to grow more responsibly towards Nature, maximizing crop yield and minimizing consumption
Maximizing crop yield
Water stress assessment
Optimization of pesticides
Optimization of fertilizers
Reduction of spatial variability
Reduction of enviromental impact
Possibility of targeted operations
Growth trend identification
Product quality improvement
Aerial shots planning
Vigor maps generation
Analysis of results
Field operations planning
Aerial shots with multispectral cameras and analysis of vegetation indices (NDVI, GNDVI, SAVI, VARI)
Send us your multispectral photos and we will make for you the vigor maps processing and the agronomic evaluations
Promote your business with exciting aerial photos and ULTRA HD 4K videos
Aerial shots, georeferenced photogrammetric surveys, orthophotos and 3D models generation
Precision Farming: Pros
Mapping and Post-Processing
NDVI Maps Generation
Prescription Maps Generation
Multispectral Aerial Photos
NDVI Vegetative Vigor Map
ULTRA HD 4K Aerial Videos
Our services can be carried out in non-critical areas meeting the ENAC regulations and have the priority of the maximum safety.
It will be always necessary a site inspection before making flight operations in order to determine possible risks to people and buldings.
In the table below, extracted from the list of the UAV Operators statements for non-critical specialized operations (visible on the ENAC website), you can see our statement with its activation day.
If someone is operating with a UAV and is not in this list, he or she is outlaw.
Pay attention to who provides you services and always ask for pilot license, ENAC declaration and insurance.
Simone Kartsiotis is an aeronautical engineer with a strong passion for nature and photography who decided to use his knowledge for a precision farming project, using unmanned aircrafts (uav), better known as drones.
He got the drone license and ENAC (Italian Civil Aviation Authority) acknowledgment as drone operator in non-critical areas.
Niccolò Bartoloni is an agronomist with lots of technical experiences as he has worked for some of the most important italian wine companies. He wants to bring the agriculture 4.0 into the fields for a better and enviroment-friendly farm management.
Simone and Niccolò are always looking for new technologies to improve the quality of products offered, with an eye to saving money and one to reducing the human environmental impact.
For this reason, they continue to study precision agriculture methodologies and how to apply them since the future of farming will necessarily go through a technological step, which has already begun but that is now available for everyone thanks to the drones and increasingly accurate and reliable sensors. DroneBee project comes from the term "drone" and "bee", which is an important biological indicator of environmental quality.
Use the drone as an environmental and agricultural monitoring indicator to guide agronomical choices is the main purpose of the project.
Via Fiume 11, 50123 Florence, Italy
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