The next generation of UAV technology is here, and DJI once again leads the industry into its next phase of innovation. During their 2019 Airworks conference last week, DJI introduced new drones, tools, and technologies to help bring drones into a new phase of precision data services.
One of the most exciting additions was the new DJI Phantom 4 Multispectral drone. While precision agriculture has been made possible by professionals fixing unique camera upgrades to service-grade drones, DJI’s newest Phantom model is set to be an out-of-the-box agricultural offering that maximizes efficiency in agricultural land management.
The Phantom 4 Multispectral was announced alongside the Agras T16 spraying drone, which is set to replace agricultural spraying airplanes at launch, and their timing couldn’t be better.
A new agricultural report indicates that drones will complement almost all agricultural processes in less than a decade thanks to their power to improve plantation, monitor crop growth, and supply important inputs to farmers in real time.
Along with their agricultural announcements, DJI introduced new gimbal attachments that allow developers to add various custom sensors and cameras to their units.
While all of this is good news for the aerial industry, privacy concerns voiced by many (including the US government) continue to plague the drone manufacturer. That’s why Suntuity Airworks is here – to ensure this new technology is properly vetted, registered, and signed-off on by professionals who know how to save you time, money, and lives with drone services.
While DJI looks to further innovate the world of drone manufacturing, Suntuity Airworks is positioned to further hone our drone services, training, and city-wide enterprise offerings with the best (and safest) technology available.