AeroSKY UAV Solutions
for Telecommunications Infrastructure
We can help you digitise your telecommunication field assets and operations.
We provide Aerial Inspections for Telecoms Antennas, Towers, Masts and Rooftop Installations.
AeroSky use the best fully autonomous UAV software available
for Aerial Inspections ensuring high quality data capture, 100% safety and efficiency.
We can also work with our partners to create a UAV enterprise programme to meet your specific requirements.
We can be your digital boots on the ground....
The AeroSky process works like this..
Simple One Off Jobs
to Enterprise Scale Projects.
Stay Ahead of Field Threats
Detect variability and prevent crop loss.
Gain whole-field intelligence with current conditions data.
Identify crop variation and damage to optimize your scouting program.
Address or prevent issues from inclement weather, equipment malfunction, pests, and disease.
Identify field management opportunities in real-time.
Make more accurate yield projections across multiple fields with Live Map.
Identify areas for specific management like replanting and nitrogen application.
Generate variable rate prescriptions based on current and historical data
Soil and Field Analysis
Our drones are able to produce 3D maps, quickly and cheaply, which are then used for the design of seed-planting patterns and the generation of a wide range of data types with many applications e.g. nitrogen-level management.
Satellite imagery was previously the most advanced form of crop monitoring, but suffers from some major drawbacks:
Satellite imagery is very costly.
Images must be ordered in advance and can be imprecise.
Poor weather impedes data quality.
However, AeroSky drones can monitor crops much more accurately, frequently and affordably, delivering higher quality data that is updated regularly to provide insight into crop development and highlight inefficient or ineffective practices.
AeroSky drones can also be used to generate multispectral images of crops (based on the amounts of green and infrared light reflected), which are then analysed to track changes in health and maturity.
The ability to assess the health of a crop quickly and precisely can be invaluable for farmers or growers.
For example, if a bacterial or fungal infection is identified, early detection allows for quick action to be taken in order to remedy the issue.