Farming & Agriculture

Benefits of Drone in Agriculture

  • When compared with ground-based mapping, UAV mapping fits better with your crop fields in terms of cost and time.
  • In comparison to ground-based inspections, UAV inspections provide higher resolution visuals
  • Aerial mapping of crop fields helps farmers make better decisions and avoid costly mistakes.
  • Accurately predict inventory information, crop emergence, replanting decisions, and total yields, etc.
  • By utilising thermal/4k, you can increase efficiency with high-resolution data in a timely manner 

Using drones to revolutionise agriculture 

Agriculture has been greatly influenced by drone technology for the past few years. As a drone-powered solutions provider, we offer a range of services to farmers, such as crop monitoring, planting, livestock management, pesticide spraying, plant growth monitoring, precision farming, scouting, and more. 

Our drone surveys are conducted using high-tech sensors such as RGB and multispectral sensors, which deliver precise data. High-resolution crop data is collected by our UAVs to detect crop issues and alert farmers for immediate action prior to damage occurring. In addition to reducing cost and increasing yield, geo-tagging aerial images provides valuable information. 

A combination of UAV technology and machine learning results in improved crop yields and profitability in precision agriculture. Consequently, farmers are required to spend less on fertiliser, pesticides, herbicides, and water to grow crops and maintain land. 

Aerial photographs are used alongside Machine Learning techniques for predicting crop yields, counting crops, analysing crop emergence, monitoring irrigation, judging crop health, assessing crop damage, and analysing soil. In order to guarantee crop productivity and to equip farmers with all the benefits possible, aerial data and photogrammetry of high quality are used. 


In the early stages of a disease, or even before it is visible from the ground, our UAVS equipped with multispectral cameras can identify stress and disease. For precision farming, we also provide real-time imagery from our UAV surveys. During irrigating, monitoring the condition of the crop, and other fundamental elements, farmers are encouraged to focus more on treatment plans based on the data collected. 


Remote sensing and Thermal Cameras equipped on our drones are able to help solve irrigation problems, or areas receiving little or too much moisture. RGB Imagery provides farmers with information about the topography of fields so they can position and segregate crops so they maximize drainage, follow natural runoff patterns, and avoid waterlogging. With Global warming and environmental changes our services aid farmers and landowners to adapt to different environments comfortably. 


We can obtain high-resolution data from our UAV pilots that can be used to measure and document crop damage caused by unpredictable factors like floods, fires, pests, and weather events. Photogrammetry and remote sensing data from UAVS are used by farmers or governments to prove insurance claims against crop damage with reliable data and imagery is invaluable. In addition to increasing crop yields and reducing crop damage, data from advanced sensors presented as 2D and 3D Orthomosaics assists farmers in understanding and developing innovative crop management options. 


We can efficiently present production information using drones’ high-resolution data coupled with Machine Learning algorithms in order to monitor crop emergence, improve replanting decisions, and predict yields with the use of our powerful UAVs’ high-resolution data. We achieve 97% accuracy in our output using UAVs and Photogrammetry. An in-depth understanding can be gained by viewing them as 2D orthomosaics. 


A farmer’s productivity is determined by the soil quality of his crops. During the crop-cycle, farmers must conduct soil analyses. Zoarizon’s UAVs are capable of providing real-time and precise soil health measurements. The use of Precision Agriculture makes it possible to detect issues related to soil quality, nutrient management, or dead soil zones. As a result of this data, farmers are able to determine the most effective planting, crop management, and soil management patterns. 


In order to maintain crop health, pesticides are used to kill pests and unwanted plants. Compared to manual spraying, drones equipped with pesticide spraying equipment are more efficient and cost-effective.  

Digital surface model (DSM) 

Digital Surface Models are Digital Models embodying elevations of the field and vegetation in agriculture. They are used for various purposes such as irrigation planning, water flow analysis, and crop optimisation based on slope direction. Our drones equipped with low-altitude remote sensing (LARS) cameras can acquire RGB images in a high spatial resolution superior to the data obtained through traditional means. 

Vegetation Index Map 

The maturity index determines when a crop should be harvested and ensures that consumers receive satisfactory consumption. Standardised Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI), Standardised Difference Red Edge (NDRE), chlorophyll-based indices such as SAVI, OSAVI, as well as other vegetation indices recognise and quantify any differences in vegetation. Such variability can be visualised and detected quickly and easily using technology sensing. Through the use of UAV technology, we can analyse multispectral and visual aerial imagery to create farm field health maps. 

Combination Of False Colour Bands 

Colour combinations of red, green, and blue can be supported by drones equipped with Multispectral Sensors. Combinations and algorithms are based on reflectivity and absorption at multiple wavelengths. As a result, we can see distinct features of hidden plants and hidden risks, including water-logged soil or weeds that are otherwise invisible. 

Orthomosaic Maps

One of the most valuable resources of a farmer is time. For maximum efficiency, they must be able to detect damages and resolve problems at an early stage. Surveying begins with a colour orthomosaic map, which is often the most important and crucial step. Interpretation allows farmers to identify gaps in their crop immediately, identify stress zones, and visualise their vegetation’s maturity and growth stages. 

Our drones are ready to fly

Due to the very nature of our work some of it can be very much influenced by the weather. Therefore we have a wide range of drones and payloads in our fleet ready to go at a moments notice to get you the best results.
What we offer

Our drones are ready to fly.

Thermal Imaging

Using visual and infrared drone technology, we perform visual and infrared building surveys.

Aerial Surveys

Whether you need agricultural land of industrial land surveying the use of drone can greatly increase speed and accuracy.

Aerial Photography

Fantastic detailed aerial photographs are a great way to stand out from the crowd in a competative market place.

Building Inspections

Using aerial imagery and footage for surveys has the advantage of providing clean, crisp images or videos.


Land surveying and mapping can be performed faster and more efficiently with drones, while maintaining a high level of precision and accuracy.

3D Modelling

3D and 2D models are extremely detailed digital assets that offer accurate and realistic representations of their real-world counterparts.