DOI: 10.48175/ijarsct-14209 ISSN: 2581-9429

An Analysis and Reporting on "Study of Various Drone Technologies available to provide low cost and effective Solutions to Agricultural Sector with Respect to Indian Context"

Dr. Umesh B. Pawar, Shubham K. Darade, Prof. Ramesh P. Daund, Prof. Ravindra Pandit
  • General Medicine

An aircraft without a human pilot on board is referred to as a drone, also known as an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) or unmanned aircraft system (UAS). Software-controlled flight plans allow drones to be remotely piloted, operated autonomously, or both. From small consumer drones for recreational use to larger, more complex drones used for commercial, military, and scientific applications, they come in a variety of sizes, forms, and capabilities. A variety of sensors and technology, including cameras, GPS, accelerometers, gyroscopes, and occasionally even specialized gear like LiDAR or thermal imaging cameras, are installed on drones. Applications for them are numerous and include search and rescue, agriculture, scientific research, surveillance, aerial photography, and videography. Drone technology in agriculture aids farmers in decision-making, boosts productivity, lowers resource input costs, and eventually increases agricultural yields and profitability. To properly take use of new technology, farmers must be trained in drone operation and data analysis. Additionally, while employing drones for agricultural, adherence to local legislation is essential

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