Show us your application drones!

08-04 | |
Show us your application drones!

Do you design, build or convert Agriculture Drones/UAVs for applying seed, sprays or fertiliser and want to show it to Future Farming’s global farming audience – for free?

Future Farming is updating our unique Application Drone Catalogue for 2022. We want to know what you offer, how it works and any special innovations that sets it apart from the crowd?

There is huge and growing interest in using drones/UAVs for aerial applications. This Future Farming Application Drone Catalogue offers you an unrivalled platform to attract potential buyers by providing them with full details of your products.

To benefit from this FREE opportunity all we ask you to do is complete simple specification sheet and answer some technical questions and details return these to use, along with some high resolution images. We will do the rest.

Only Application Drones

Our catalogue will only include Application Drones that are currently on sale. If you are currently developing an application drone, which is not on sale, please let us know about this as well. We will include it in our focus on new concepts and innovations.

We are looking for models that spray, apply fertiliser, other nutrients and seed – in fact any input from the air. These can be manufactured specifically for applying liquid or solid inputs or can be existing drones converted to do this.

Please note – we will not be including drones/UAVs that can only by used for crop scouting or sensing. The catalogue is looking at only those that make applications.

Don’t lose out!

If you are an Application Drone manufacturer or convert drones for spraying or spreading, make sure your product is included in this exclusive catalogue by contacting us directly via email address below. We will then email details of the specific information we need you to provide to ensure your product is included. Please reply before 22nd April 2022 to ensure your drone is included. Email: futurefarming@misset.com.

Roberts
Mick Roberts Freelance journalist
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