DJI Agriculture is the world leader in drones for agriculture, with full solutions for survey and mapping, crop health analytics, and smart spraying. DJI continues to dominate the agriculture drone market with high quality drone platforms which are easy to use, and cost-effective to be accessible to farmers and companies of every size.
Halo Robotics is the sole authorized distributor of DJI Agriculture in Indonesia, providing fully certified training and aftersales support throughout Indonesia.
With a 30L spray tank, the Agras T30 agriculture drone has an adjustable 7 – 9 meter spray width, and can cover up to 15 – 18 hectares per hour. Despite this large capacity, Agras T30 is still compact, foldable, and easy to transport. The battery and tank can be quickly replaced for continuous operations. The T30 has an RTK module for precise positioning, along with omnidirectional radar for obstacle avoidance and terrain following.
Equipped with a 10L spray tank, the Agras T10 agriculture drone has a 5.5-meter spray width and can cover 6.7 hectares per hour. The Agras T10 structure is small size, can be folded quickly, and is easy to transport. The battery and tank can be quickly replaced, making it quick to refill and continue operations. The T10 comes with an RTK module for precise positioning, together with a new remote control featuring a high-brightness screen that is good for use in the field.
The Agras T10 is compatible with Spreading System 3.0, which can be used to spray solid particles or pellets, and empowers a wide range of operations including seeding, fertilizer spreading, and crop protection applications. (e.g., Rice seeding in with the T10 is up to 70 times more efficient than conventional methods!)
With a 20L spray tank, the Agras T20 agriculture drone has a 7-meter spray width and can cover up to 12 hectares per hour. The Agras T20 is compact, foldable, and easy to transport. The battery and tank can be replaced quickly for efficient field operations. The T20 comes with an RTK module for precise positioning, as well as omnidirectional radar for collision avoidance and terrain following. Orchard Mode is an important Agras drone feature for trees, where the T20 spraying drone can use 3D map data to systematically stop at each tree, spray it, and then continue to the next. The Agras T20 is also compatible with Spreading System 2.0, an attachment to spray pellets and solids, for important additional applications including seeding, fertilizers, and crop protection.
DJI Agras drones can be used with Spreading System attachments for systematic spreading of dry solid materials including seeds and pellets. Flexible settings allow configuration of the Spreader for specific applications. Swing width is adjustable, up to 9-meter range. The delivery rate can be accurately controlled using the DJI Agras app to set parameters, including the hopper outlet size and spinning speed of the spreading disc. The Agras app also provides accurate information about tank volume, empty tank alert, and other indicators of issues in speed, temperature, and hopper outlet size.
Spreading System 2.0 is compatible with Agras T20 and T30 spraying drones, and Spreading System 3.0 is used with the T10.
Spreader System is an important tool to expand the value and utility of Agras drones for seeding, fertilization, and crop protection applications.
The DJI Phantom 4 RTK drone is widely used across every industry, and is well proven for efficiency and accuracy in drone survey and mapping. With survey-grade 1-inch, 20-megapixel CMOS RGB camera and comprehensive RTK-PPK functionality, the DJI Phantom 4 RTK is a reliable drone for centimeter-level accuracy in 2D and 3D photogrammetry mapping operations of all kinds. A flexible tool, the Phantom 4 RTK is easily compatible with NTRIP networks, DJI's D-RTK 2 Mobile Station, Emlid Reach RS2 and other third-party RTK GNSS base stations, as well as a full range of PPK correction software options, in order to support preferred survey workflows for maximum accuracy across industries.
A flexible tool, the Phantom 4 RTK is easily compatible with NTRIP networks, DJI's D-RTK 2 Mobile Station, Emlid Reach RS2 and other third-party RTK GNSS base stations, as well as a full range of PPK correction software options, in order to support preferred survey workflows for maximum accuracy across industries.
The DJI Phantom 4 Multispectral (“P4M”) integrates a powerful 6-band multispectral camera and RTK module to the DJI Phantom 4 drone aircraft, and is a key tool for precision agriculture. The 6 spectrums of light are Red, Green, Blue, Red Edge, Near Infrared, and RGB — with 2-megapixel cameras for each individual band, the P4M is able to capture high resolution multispectral imagery for advanced crop health analysis. An integrated sunlight detection sensor on the top of the drone provides calibration metadata for the images, so that surveys conducted at different times throughout the day have consistent processed data results.
In addition to common indexes for crop health like NDVI and NDRE, the P4M can support development of multispectral indexes for early detection of weeds, pests, and diseases.
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Multispectral map data from the P4M can also be provided to DJI Agras spray drones for key applications including variable rate fertilization, and targeted crop protection interventions.
DJI Terra is mapping software to support a full range of DJI Enterprise survey drone workflows, including flight planning, data acquisition, data post processing and analysis.
For RGB photogrammetry, DJI Terra works with any DJI drone/payload configuration and enables easy processing of 2D maps and orthophotos, as well as 3D maps, models, and common analytic outputs for different applications.
For multispectral imagery analysis, DJI Terra works with the Phantom 4 Multispectral, and supports a wide range of analytics including NDVI and NDRE, and allows users to create prescription maps which can be used together with DJI Agras spraying drones for variable rate fertilizer and chemical applications.
For LIDAR, DJI Terra is used with the Zenmuse L1 for LIDAR point cloud data processing into LAS and LAZ files, commons file formats which can be straightforwardly used with any other common software tools used for specific applications across industries.