Remotely piloted aircraft systems have become part of many areas of the economic universe. The primary sector is among the most affected by this innovation, so much so that it has been estimated that agriculture will absorb 80% of the commercial RPAS market  In fact, drones for agriculture use and precision agriculture represent a very important resource since production and operational efficiency are accompanied by a decrease in the actual workload for humans, as well as a considerable saving in terms of production costs.

The monitoring of crops is among the first purposes of the use of drones, as well as precision interventions for limited areas or for single plants.

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Not only that, but the contribution in relation to the biological control of the corn borer is also very important, for which drones play an active role.

All these functions are carried out effectively by the drone thanks to the provision of particular cameras: in addition to HD and Ultra HD cameras which, thanks to the high resolution, offer an optimal vision, multispectral sensors, GPS and magnetometers are adopted which, overall, make precision agriculture drones the top of technology available for the agricultural sector.

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The purpose and the direct consequence of this approach are therefore represented by the maximization of the derived earnings and an increase in the return on the investment made (ROI).
Within the agricultural sector, the activities are very many and employ a large number of resources in terms of personnel and time; in this sense, drones for agriculture and precision agriculture are the perfect solution to optimize production from every point of view.

On this page, we will deal with the various aspects and primary functions of RPAS in relation to the main needs encountered in the field of agronomy. If you need our drone inspections service you can get more info by clicking that link. 
To facilitate your reading, you can consult the summary proposed on the side and reach the topic of greatest interest. If you wish to receive information directly from one of our operators or to request a quote for our services, do not hesitate to contact us.



Have you decided to test the most innovative technologies in agriculture and precision agriculture? The drones available to Drone Videography are selected from the many models offered on the market on the basis of peculiar features of functionality, in order to present themselves as the best on the market.

Our services are aimed at the entire UK; we work with precision and commitment so that, in a short time, it is possible to identify, analyze and intervene with respect to threats and problems of various kinds that could affect your crops.

All Drone Videography pilots are serious professionals and recognized by the National Board for Civil Aviation. In fact, it is essential to rely only on certified experts to ensure that work is carried out correctly, precisely and in accordance with current legislation on the subject.

Otherwise, the risk is not only that of spending money on unnecessary interventions, but also of incurring heavy penalties.
Drone Videography provides services with drones for precision agriculture and aerial shots, as well as drones for topographic surveys. In addition, thermography operations using drones are extremely useful in the agricultural field, thanks to thermal cameras and multispectral sensors that detect any anomalies present by measuring the reflected energy and radiation of the various elements.

Always high-quality work at a more than advantageous price, not only for the service itself and in relation to the times used, but also in relation to the expected costs for an intervention carried out with other methods. Reliabilitycompetenceattention and precision are key points both for our team and for the devices used. Seeing is believing!


In the field of precision agriculture, drones make use of cameras and multispectral sensors to observe and consequently allow to actively intervene in the management of production, in particular, that defined as ‘site-specific. The drone industry will never cease to amaze. Thanks to the variability detected in the field by drones, by means of aerial shots and topographic surveys carried out, it is, therefore, possible to carefully evaluate how, when, how much and above all were to intervene by applying the appropriate resources rather than with other agronomic practices.

These continuous checks relating to land and crops affect many plantations: from vineyards to blueberries, up to rice and tomato crops.

Thanks to drones for precision agriculture, for example, it will be possible to identify suitable moments for pruning, carry out analyzes relating to ripening and finally identify precisely when the time of harvest has arrived, abandoning the approximate criteria. 

In this way, it is possible to carry out surveys on the health of the soil, as well as monitor crops, follow the evolution of yield and much more, collecting valuable data that will be analyzed for rapid intervention.

Thus two of the main applications of RPAS come together: precision agriculture and drones for thermographic imaging

These are two functions applied to the same purpose that, today and above all in the future, will lead to reducing damage to crops and the impact on the environment to zero. In addition, the accuracy of the applications will increase significantly, as will the speed.

Although drone thermography was not born to meet the specific needs of the agricultural sector, this has been able to draw a significant benefit. 

By exploiting the drones for thermographic surveys it is in fact possible to map the thermal conditions of the various terrains and apply this technology not only with a control function but also as a prevention one. In particular, given that the analyzes are not invasive, the guarantee is that of protection to be considered optimal.



The fight against the bacteria responsible for infections and the ruin of many crops (for example viticulture, corn crops, olive groves) falls to all intents and purposes in the field of precision agriculture using drones.

Among these, the main enemy of maize (maize) fields is the borer, whose larvae can develop at the expense of various plant species but mainly affect crops.
The borer causes the nipping of the cobs and, consequently, the loss of the entire cob.
From the point of view of the quality of the product, the damaged organs are more sensitive to the attack of fungi which, in some cases, carry carcinogenic toxins. If the presence of these mycotoxins exceeds the levels imposed by law, the product must be destroyed.

All this naturally leads to the need to intervene quickly and decisively to eliminate the threat of the borer and this is where the drones actively intervene. In fact, there are particular SAPR models that distribute evenly, in the area of ​​cultivation concerned, capsules containing the natural enemy of these bacteria: a parasitoid Hymenoptera which lays its eggs inside those of the borer causing death. of the larvae.

The greatest advantage of drones for precision agriculture and, in particular, for the fight against these bacteria, lies both in the reduced intervention times and in the possibility of operating even after intense rainfall that typically limits access to traditional machinery. used by man for this purpose. In addition, by avoiding crossing the field, the otherwise irreparable loss of part of the production is also avoided, all characterized by a very low ecological impact thanks to the electrical power supply of the devices.

The borer is not the only pest that can be killed by drone technology in precision agriculture: the xylella, the red weevil and the downy mildew affect respectively the olive groves, palm trees and vines present in different areas of the national territory. For all these bacteria, the results obtained thanks to the intervention by means of the SAPR are more than positive and in continuous growth.


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As anticipated, crop monitoring is one of the aspects where RPAS play a fundamental role.

Using the HD and Ultra HD cameras installed, not only is the observation carried out with high detail, but thanks to the drone that also performs thermographic shots, it is possible to immediately isolate the areas or individual plants that show an anomaly or stress to thermal level compared to the rest of the crop.

Drones, therefore, perform the primary task of capturing extremely important information about the state of health of the crop, as well as precision measures which, by integrating with the former, make it possible to obtain a map of the vegetative state of the affected area.

Thanks to these results, among which the counts of plants and vines stand out which, otherwise, would involve very long times, it is in fact possible to quickly proceed to optimization interventions regarding, for example, irrigation, fertilization, pruning and final harvesting.

Not only the times but also the relative costs and those inherent in the use of personnel and equipment are progressively leading to the abandonment of traditional monitoring methods in favour of innovative technologies by drone.

Agriculture Drone Use: COSTS


The reduction of costs thanks to the use of drones for agriculture is anything but secondary.

From an economic point of view, the price for the services through RPAS affecting the agricultural sector presented by Drone Videography is absolutely competitive and more than advantageous. In addition, the total expenses related to these operations will be significantly reduced and, at the same time, you will enjoy much more decisive and rapid interventions, as well as a quality service, carried out with precision and attention for each phase of the process.
Our targeted interventions will allow you to increase productivity and reduce the risk of stress caused by climatic phenomena or bacterial infections. All at a great price.

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