"To Those That Works In Acres, Not In Hours"
Recently, the state government signed a partnership with the World Economic Forum (WEF) Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution exploring the use of drones for various governmental services.Drone mapping can be used to improve irrigation systems and agricultural yields. So,The high-resolution multi-spectral images from drones, coupled with Artificial Intelligence and Machine-Learning, help to gain insight into plant health, soil conditions and can help to predict crop yield. The data collected by drones is combined with satellite-based remote sensing data. Soil-based sensor data can provide actionable insights to take timely action to prevent losses from crop disease, optimise irrigation and reduce the impact of climate change and unpredictable seasonal variations. However, the social challenge is cost and training, where our drones will be cheaper and available in one-switch mode to Indian farmers.