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Drogo Drones launches Krishi 2.0 for farmers

The agri UAV drone has a payload capacity of 10 kg and coverage of 30 acres per day

Drogo Drones launches Krishi 2.0 for farmers
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Drogo Drones launches Krishi 2.0 for farmers

Hyderabad City-based drone solutions provider, Drogo Drones announced the launch of Krishi 2.0, an agri UAV drone. The droneis introduced to address the challenges faced by modern agriculture, and provide farmers with reliable and efficient solution for precision agriculture.

Krishi 2.0, an unmanned arial vehicle (UAV) drone, is designed with a payload capacity of 10 kg which enables it to effectively cover 30 acres of land per day, and a substantial coverage of 750 to 900 acres per month.

Speaking after receiving certification from the central government,Yeshwanth Bonthu, CEO, Drogo Drones said, “Farmers can expect a return on investment within the first two farming seasons, making it an excellent option for large-scale farming operations. It is farmer friendly, as the time and labour required for crop spraying operations is reduced while minimizing chemical exposure for farmers.” The CEO further said that the agriculture sector has been a key driver of the drone market in India which is expected to surpass an annual sales turnover of Rs 30,000 crore within the next three years and generate over five lakh jobs. “Our goal is to ensure that farmers receive the highest level of support and assistance for their agricultural operations and as part of it, the first and only private company Drogo Drones has set up as many as 26 state-of-the-art service centers in AP and Telangana and more across the country,” he added.

Drogo Drones has state-of-the-art manufacturing units in Hyderabad and Tadepalli.It is equipped with advanced technology capable to produce 200 drones per month. “As a prominent player in the drone industry, we have made significant investments in cutting-edge facilities to meet the ever-growing demand for top-notch drones” Bonthu said.

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