AGEAGLE RX60 UAV
AgEagle aerial systems help growers increase profits by pinpointing areas where nutrients or chemicals need to be applied, decreasing input costs and increasing yields.
AgEagle’s simple-to-use UAS technology captures aerial maps of crop health in a field, identifying areas of stress before they can be seen by the naked eye. By providing real-time, easy-to-acquire data to growers, agronomists and other service providers, AgEagle helps pinpoint areas where nutrients or chemicals need to be applied, increasing profitability. The images are easy to import and utilize with many agricultural software platforms, making it simple for growers and service providers to put the data to use quickly and efficiently.
SIMPLE & RELIABLE
The AgEagle RX60 is simple to operate. It launches, flies and lands by itself – you don’t have to be tech savvy to benefit from this UAV.
Aerial maps are automatically created and georeferenced. This means the user doesn’t have to process the images, which are easy to import into farming software to help develop prescription maps.
Flexible operation allows you to fly and capture images with or without cellular connectivity.
Images captured are compatible with a variety of FMIS systems.
Industrial cellular components offer the best possible connectivity and reliability.
Two GPS receivers offer more satellite options and a better flight experience.
With a cellular data subscription, you are able to ground truth within minutes of flight and perform crop scouting while you are still in the field.
The unique design lets you fly in higher speed winds, up to 30 mph.
NDVI images indicate crop health, and the user is able to configure the resolution based on their needs and desired file size.
True NIR sensor provides accurate results with high quality maps.
Battery failsafe monitors battery life and brings the aircraft back before its power source is depleted.
Flight altitude is set by the user.
Complete flight plan is loaded into autopilot prior to launch to protect the investment should ground control systems fail.
GPS location of the wing is continuously reported through cellular connection in case of an unplanned landing.