Agricultural businesses are always looking for new ways to increase efficiency and lower costs. The agricultural industry is about to change with the help of drones!
We are Scotland’s #1 drone service! Drone technology is the future of agriculture, and it’s already changing the way farmers do business. Drones can help farmers map their land, inspect crops, increase yields and even spray pesticides and herbicides.
Skykam is the perfect solution – we use drones to help farmers get a complete view of their crops and land from above. This gives them an accurate picture of how their crops are doing, where they need improvement, and where they should focus their efforts.
If you’re looking for a way to take your agricultural business to the next level, then you need to get in touch today.
We are Gold Certified Drone Safe – the most skilled, advanced, and safe operators available. We adhere to all Drone Safety Protocol’s and have full Civil Aviation Authority licencing. We follow all Scottish drone laws.
By using drones for crop health and stress analysis, we can help you improve your crops and increase your yields. Our analysis will help you identify areas of stress in your crops, so you can address them before they become a problem.
With our service, you’ll be able to get real-time data on the health of your crops, so you can make informed decisions about how to best manage them. You’ll also be able to see how different environmental factors – such as temperature and humidity – are affecting your crops.
Drone technology can help you optimize irrigation for your crops. By monitoring soil moisture levels and plant health, drones can help you make better decisions about when and how much to irrigate. This can save you time, money, and resources in the long run.
With drone-assisted irrigation, you’ll be able to get the most out of every drop of water – and increase your yield as a result.
Drone mapping provides field boundaries for precision agriculture. This allows farmers to more accurately plan where they will be planting crops and how much land they will need to do so.
Farmers can use drone mapping to create 2D and 3D land surveys. This information can be used to plan crop placement and irrigation more accurately, reducing wastage. Additionally, drone-based land surveys can help farmers comply with government regulations.
Crop health is an important part of overall farm management, and aerial data can play a critical role in assessing that health. Skykam has developed a suite of agricultural solutions to help farmers increase yields and make better decisions using aerial data.
Our drone-based system offers several advantages over traditional ground-based methods. For one, our system is faster and more efficient – it takes just minutes to get a complete overview of an entire field. Additionally, our sensors are able to detect plant emergence earlier than traditional methods, so farmers can start planning their interventions sooner.
Finally, our system is more accurate than ground-based surveys, resulting in fewer errors and increased precision.
Do you want to get a better understanding of your soil? Drones for field soil analysis can help you do just that. By getting an aerial view of your land, you can see things like moisture levels, crop health, and more. You can even use this data to make decisions about irrigation, planting, and fertilization.
Not only will you be able to improve your yield by using our drones for field soil analysis, but you’ll also be doing so in a more sustainable way. With our drones, you can reduce the number of herbicides and pesticides needed to maintain healthy crops – meaning less environmental impact and better long-term results.
Farmers can save money and resources by using drones for pesticide spraying. Drones are able to fly over crops and apply pesticides in a more targeted way than manual spraying. This means that less pesticide is wasted, and the crops receive the right amount of pesticide in the right places.
Not only does drone-based pesticide spraying save time and money, but it also reduces the amount of pesticide that enters the environment. This is better for the environment, and it can even help farmers meet government regulations
Drones can be used for a variety of tasks related to harvesting and planting. For example, drones can be used to plant seeds in difficult-to-reach areas. Additionally, drones can be used to assess crop health and maturity, so farmers know when to harvest.
Using drones for harvesting and planting can help farmers increase their yield while saving time and money.
Drone agriculture mapping can help farmers save time and money while increasing their yield. Additionally, drone-based mapping can help farmers meet government regulations.
There are a number of tasks that drone services can be used for in farming, including crop mapping, fertilizer and pesticide application, and yield analysis.
The cost of agriculture drone services will vary depending on the size and complexity of the project. However, drone services are typically more affordable than traditional methods of data collection.
Drones can be used to create a custom vegetation index map. This information can help farmers determine how healthy their crops are and make decisions on where to allocate resources.
Do you cover the whole of Scotland?
Yes, we provide drone agriculture services throughout Scotland. We are based out of Angus but cover the whole of Scotland.
Precision farming is a field of agriculture that uses information collected from various sensors to make more targeted decisions about where and how much to apply inputs such as water, fertilizer, and pesticides. Drones can be an important part of precision farming by providing aerial imagery and other data that can be used to make more informed decisions. Precision farming relies on having accurate information about the condition of crops and the surrounding environment. This information can come from many sources, including drone-based imagery.
A prescription map is a map that shows the areas where a farmer should apply fertilizer, pesticide, or other inputs. By using drone mapping, you can create a prescription map that is more accurate than those created by ground-based surveys. This can help farmers save money and resources while increasing their yield.