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Draganfly has a legacy as a global leader in designing commercial drones for agriculture. Our hardware and extensive sensor options come together to create crop monitoring, spraying, and analysis systems that empower our partners to assess inventory, manage and maintain their fields, monitor how environmental factors impact crop yields, and ultimately maximize production.


Draganfly has a legacy as a global leader in designing commercial drones for agriculture. Our hardware and extensive sensor options come together to create crop monitoring and analysis systems that empower our partners to assess inventory, manage their fields, monitor how environmental factors impact crop yields, and ultimately maximize production.

Draganfly can help you monetize your data and
improve production
anywhere in the world, any time of the year.

Soil and Field Analysis


Crop Spraying

Crop Monitoring


Health Assessment

Our farming partners span the entire agriculture industry and include: commercial producers analyzing crop health, drainage and irrigation issues, and invasive species; breeders developing new species and testing chemicals to treat them; and researchers seeking high degrees of detail in crop performance data. Agriculture is a year-long process for many companies, which is why we offer direct and local dealer support for our products and services in the Northern and Southern Hemispheres.

Challenges facing the Agriculture Industry

The three major issues that farmers and agronomists face today are coping with climate change, soil erosion, and biodiversity loss.

With the help of an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), farmers and agronomists are able to survey any area for pest and weed monitoring, vegetation mapping, irrigation, and soil erosion management. The drone-made maps help keep track of the health of your plants and animals and display changes or dangers before they get out of control.

We work with many enterprise partners to craft unique solutions to meet their data needs, starting with the right base system – fixed wing, multi-rotor, or hybrid – and coupling it with sensors, software, and services that will give you insights to empower performance.

Custom Drone Solutions for the Agriculture Industry

Resource Distribution

Growers can use drones to assess crop fertility and observe precisely where to apply resources like fertilizer and pesticides. Using this data, it’s possible to achieve greater consistency and maximize production.

Irrigation Planning

Drones help growers gain fresh insights into irrigation systems, allowing them to monitor consistency and make strategic changes to improve water movement and application, plan irrigation systems, and analyze water distribution to track effectiveness.

Crop Inspection

Aerial imagery can help growers have their finger on the pulse of crop fertility, automate data collection, and receive powerful insights to better inform growing and harvesting practices. Drones can identify potential inconsistencies with planting equipment, irrigation, or starter fertilizers. This knowledge can then provide opportunities for adjustments, and help the following growing season to start off on the right foot.

Herd Inspection

Rapidly and remotely monitor herds over large areas while gaining flexibility in daily operations. Remote monitoring gives insight into where the cattle are and whether they have access to water sources. Inspect pastures and monitor any heavily grazed or dangerous locations from which cattle should be directed.

Land Surveying

Drones can help farmers keep carefully track shifting topography and borders to avoid encroaching on nearby land. By using drones, farmers can closely monitor their properties as they change over time. Additionally, land elevation and slope metrics collected from drones help determine optimum seeding rates and spacing.

Drone Spraying

From a rescue fungicide application to cover crop seeding, Draganfly sprayer and spreader drones are earning their place on farms. They provide a cheaper, faster and more flexible method for in-field applications. Reduce chemicals sprayed on crops while improving the quality and profitability of production. Spray without damaging your crop, and without the high cost of hiring an aircraft. Draganfly Spray Drones allow accurate application of chemicals in an incredibly economical manner.


Surveillance drones can capture detailed aerial footage and communicate with security systems and wildlife deterrence systems, helping to stop intruders in their tracks. Growers can stay on top of rapidly shifting weather conditions and avoid dangerous and life-threatening situations. Additionally, drones can also help determine when a dangerous storm is approaching.

Disaster Response

Drones can assist before, during, and after disasters, giving farmers advanced data to plan and respond to incidents whenever they occur. Drones can help growers identify disasters when they occur and respond quickly to mitigate damage and assess damage over a large area, especially one that may not be safe or reasonable to traverse on foot or by motor vehicle.

Case Studies

Infield Assessment

Crop Growth During Key Stages

Crop Scouting And Health Analysis

Flood Mapping And Elevation Modeling

Draganfly White Papers

Learn more about our Custom Solutions

Contact our team to discuss our ready-to-ship, turnkey commercial drones and custom solutions.

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Tim Dunnigan


Tim Dunnigan is a thought leader and serial entrepreneur who served 22-years in the U.S. Army as a Soldier, NCO, and Commissioned Officer where he filled a myriad of dynamic leadership roles and global assignments, including three combat tours of duty. His 20-years of entrepreneurial success is guided by transformational ideas and ventures in technology, innovation, and education. Tim is the CEO & Founder at CaptureTec, LLC – a Center for Verification and Evaluation Certified, Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (CVE SDVOSB) focused on leadership consultation, systems integration, and solutions that provide data capture for infrastructure assets using aerial, static, and mobile scanning technologies. As the COO and Co-founder at Talon Aerolytics, Tim architected the nation’s largest aerial drone services provider from inception to all 50 states serving clients including AT&T, Nokia, T-Mobile, Ericsson, and Verizon. As the CEO & Founder at Strategic Integration (CVE SDVOSB), Tim developed the CTED (Create, Test, Educate, Deploy) turnkey business model for defense consulting and technology integration, while serving America’s interests abroad through multiple U.S. DoD classified hardware and software contracts in the U.S. and overseas. Additionally, Tim is the Founder of Innovalearn, where he created education content for clients including Aflac, Synovus, Subway, and Cox Communications; the Founder of iK9 (CVE SDVOSB), where he co-authored the Veterans Administration (VA) training protocols for service dogs for Veterans with PTSD; and the Co-founder of GameLink Lounge, where he architected innovative entertainment concepts for Service Members and their families on Military installations across the U.S.

Tim is also the Founder of the I’m a Hero Too Foundation [501(c)(3)] and a children’s book author. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Development, a Master’s Degree in Organizational Leadership and Management, and has completed 2-years of PhD studies in Adult Education at Auburn University. Tim’s been awarded 6 patents and currently has two patents pending on an aerial drone delivery system he developed to fill capability gaps he witnessed during his multiple trips to Ukraine.

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