Our UAV’s take high-resolution photographs in color and near-infrared (NIR) of areas from 10 to 60,000 hectares
Aerobots has developed algorithms for early identification of weeds.
We use proprietary algorithms to solve any issue. We help customers understand the data and produce useful information.
Aerobots, Inc. has received UAV-type certification by the Guatemalan Department of Civil Aviation (DGAC, Dirección General de Aeronáutica Civil), allowing Aerobots to deploy Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) and high-altitude, high-endurance operations throughout the region. This certification will enable Aerobots to serve its clients throughout the region in diverse industries, in both the public Read more about First Commercial UAV Operator Certified by Latin American Airspace Authorites[…]
With over 2,000 hours of commercial flight time logged, and nearly two million acres flown, we have processed, analyzed and interpreted more information to our clients in both the private and public sector than any other commercial UAV operator throughout the Americas.
Aerobots works alongside sugarcane mills on detecting unwanted fires on crops before they get out of hand, allowing our clients to save time and resources by putting them out in a faster response time than ever before seen in the sugar farming industry.These fires can be either accidental or provoked by third parties. Utilizing top-end thermal detection technology has Read more about Sugar Cane Crop Early Fire Detection Technology[…]
On the 2nd of March, the Committees of Precision Farming and Weed Control of the Guatemalan Sugarcane Training and Research Center (CENGICAÑA, as its acronym in Spanish) visited Aerobots headquarters. The objective of the visit was to attend a flight demonstration of one of our unmanned vehicles and understand the benefits of the use of Read more about Field visit of CENGICAÑA’s Precision Farming and Weed Control Committees[…]
On the 21st and 22nd of April, Aerobots will participate in the conference about Research Applications for Unmanned Aircraft with two presentations about the experience of the company in R&D for agriculture. The conference is organized by Universidad del Valle de Guatemala, RTI International research center (North Carolina, USA) and Aerobots, and will be held Read more about Conference in Guatemala City: Academic Research Applications for Unmanned Aircraft[…]