Whilst aerial drone use is not a new phenomenon for the likes of topographical surveys and 3D mapping; the use of drones in agriculture is still a relatively new one.
The uses of thermal imaging in agriculture are vast. And with this new and cost effective method of aerial inspection and survey, drone use is changing the way that the agriculture industry operates.
What can thermal imaging aerial drones be used for in agriculture?
Germinating seeds, irrigation levels, disease detection, yield estimates and even the ripeness of fruit are all detectable with thermal imaging cameras and UAV drones.
The valuable data that we can gather from thermal imaging can increase the productivity of a UK farm whilst offering a significant return on investment.
As one of Scotland’s leading UAV drone operators, we at Balmore Inspection Services have built our reputation by continually delivering in the oil & gas, renewables, infrastructure and utilities sectors. And now in the Scottish & North England agriculture sector, we are able to offer a significant step forward for our clients who want an aerial inspection and survey service that is delivered with real results and REAL cost savings.
If you would like to know more about how our thermal imaging drone services can be used to benefit your agriculture business, please contact our Glasgow Head Office on 0141 370 4037.