Over 200,000 DJI agriculture drones in use globally: Report
It’s been only a decade since the world’s largest consumer drone maker DJI expanded into the precision farming sector. But by the end of 2022, the global number of DJI agriculture drones in operation had already crossed 200,000 units, with the cumulative farming area under them exceeding 200 million hectares.
These numbers come from the tech giant’s just-released DJI Agriculture Drone Insight Report 2022/23, which points to a greater acceptance of agriculture drones and advanced farming techniques in recent years.
“This report shows that governments around the world and farmers are adopting the use of agricultural drones and smart farming methods to increase food production in a more scientific, sustainable, and eco-friendly way,” says Yuan Zhang, head of global sales at DJI Agriculture. “This approach can reduce the amount of agricultural chemicals used while ensuring food security and environmental balance.”
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