Development & Prototyping

Autonomous Drones for Precision Agriculture

Development of autonomous drone solutions for precision agriculture and environmental management.

Application

Smart Farming Using Autonomous Drones

There are many ways in which drone applications can benefit the agricultural industry. With a growing population and changing climate, farmers need to focus on sustainability and resilience as well as increasing productivity.

UAVs can help with monitoring crop health and field conditions, spraying, irrigation or planting and seeding. This can save time and money which can be used elsewhere in the industry. Increasing food production is one of the key issues. But so is reducing environmental impacts, such as wasted water or over-fertilisation. The best possible results can be achieved by understanding the capabilities of drone technology and using it well. 

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Autonomous drones can change the way agriculture is done.

Solution 

Autonomous Drones from Fly4Future

At Fly4Future, we focus on providing innovative solutions to agricultural challenges using state-of-the-art robotic technology. The cornerstone of our agricultural solutions is the KOLDRO project. This research focuses on the development of autonomous multi-robot collaboration and its results have been applied to agricultural and environmental monitoring. In addition, our involvement in the CTU project, which focuses on monitoring strawberries in greenhouses and collecting repeatable data for effective sugar beet farming, is helping us develop advanced robotics to improve crop management practices.

With a strong focus on environmental monitoring, weed detection, invasive plant extraction, water stress, and plant disease management, we are addressing various agricultural issues by developing intelligent solutions appropriate for the area. Equipped with onboard computer, AI, and machine learning capabilities, our autonomous drones seamlessly detect and respond to changing conditions in real time, ensuring optimal performance throughout their missions. From advanced multispectral camera detection and precise navigation to obstacle avoidance, our solutions are designed to dramatically transform farming operations in both open fields and the confined spaces of greenhouses. 

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Fly4Future offers the development of drone solutions for environmental monitoring.

Versatility

A More Holistic Approach

Fly4Future’s autonomous drones use advanced sensors and cameras to detect and analyze soil conditions, nutrient levels, moisture, and plant health. This holistic approach allows farmers to apply chemicals, such as fertilizers, in a more targeted manner. In addition, our autonomous collaborative aerial robots provide more accurate imagery for weed detection and navigation to pinpoint the exact location of invasive plants, eliminating the need for blanket herbicide spraying.

By providing farmers with meaningful insights for sustainable success, our solutions are helping to reshape the way agriculture is done.

fly4future autonomous drone for precise agriculture

Fly4Future offers the development of drone solutions for weed plant monitoring.

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What We Do

Custom Drone Builder

Custom Drones

We custom-build ready-to-fly fully autonomous drones that can be adjusted for any application and industry.

Development and prototyping

Development & Prototyping

We design and develop advanced autonomous aerial systems to meet the particular needs of our individual clients.

Research projects

Research Projects

We participate in many projects in various fields financed by the EU and Czech Republic, as well as private research institutions.