An agricultural drone can be your eyes in the paddock. Daily data collection, situational awareness and other scanning and sensing tasks with minimal distribution to animals.
An agricultural drone can identify areas of insufficient or excessive irrigation. Combined with irrigation technology, water can be targeted to areas of need.
An agricultural drone can cover much larger areas at the same time as conventional methods, and develop 3D maps to inform better environmental decisions.
An agricultural drone can produce multispectral and infrared images of crops to track changes in plant maturity and health.
Infrared cameras can help locate pests, especially the heat signatures of larger mammals as well as possums in open terrain.