UAVOS announces unmanned Robinson helicopter system for precision farming

The Agro-drone R22-UV is equipped with a specially developed for Robinson helicopters system to deliver liquid chemicals.

Robinson Spray System

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., - UAVOS has announced the addition of R22-UV unmanned helicopter to its agriculture unmanned aircraft portfolio for spraying for diseases, weed and pest control, vegetative control. R22-UV is a manned Robinson-22 helicopter converted by UAVOS to an unmanned aircraft.

Agro-drone R22-UV is equipped with a specially developed for Robinson helicopters system to deliver liquid chemicals - spray system SIMPLEX MODEL 222. System weight -42kg. Boom span– 7m. Swath width – 14-16m. R22-UV drone is provided with a 100-liter tank for chemicals and can stay airborne for 2 hours.

“Precision agriculture is based on the use of valuable metrics to make farmers’ crop management efficient and optimized," says Aliaksei Stratsilatau, CEO, UAVOS. "Validating-of-damage reports used to be on paper. So, unmanned aircraft help our customers to validate the veracity of reports so that we could come up with a comprehensive solution. Generally, agriculture is very complex and there are a lot of problems but there are solutions available through the new technology.”

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