Maximising Crop Yields & Profits: Revolutionise Farming

Precision agriculture is the future of farming, utilising advanced technologies such as sensors, drones, and machine learning to maximise crop yields while minimising waste. By leveraging these tools, farmers can optimise their use of resources, improve their decision-making, and ultimately increase their profits.

Background - Precision Agriculture

Precision Agriculture is the practice of gathering, processing and analyzing agricultural data to support management decisions.

An approach that aims to improve efficiency, sustainability and profitability by optimising resources and reducing wastage, using the principle “What gets measured, gets managed.”

An efficient fertiliser & pesticide programme is crucial in agriculture. The effectiveness of a programme would have to be measured for it to be analysed and improved. Nutrient deficiency or crop diseases can be identified using the Trinity F90+ paired with RGB and multispectral cameras. This provides agricultural businesses valuable insights into the health status of their crops, which are useful in helping them design an efficient programme.

Utilising Geospatial Intelligence Technology

The key to identifying what needs measuring is to identify what requires monitoring.

There are essentially 3 things that require attention when growing crops; pests, diseases and nutrients.

They can be monitored using geospatial intelligence technology and AECA’s aerial services solutions.

Disadvantages of traditional methods in Precision Agriculture






Plant Health Analysis

AECA Solutions offers plant health analysis, the process of monitoring and evaluating the condition of plants and their surrounding environment to identify potential problems and develop strategies to maintain or improve plant health.

Our multispectral camera provides our clients with superior data and results that are not possible with RGB cameras alone.

Data Produced: NDVI, OSAVI, SAVI


Early detection of plant health issues
Improved crop yields
Reduced use of fertilisers and pesticides
Optimal use of resources
Sustainable farming practices
Better food security from improved yields and food supply

Plantation Management

Plantation management involves planning and decision-making activities such as selecting appropriate crop varieties, determining optimal planting times, and identifying methods for controlling pests and diseases.

With the Trinity F90+ drone and Qube 240 LiDAR sensor, AECA Solutions is able to provide data beyond what RGB cameras can provide, due to their vertical take-off and landing ability and terrain follow feature respectively.

The remote sensing capability of the survey-grade LiDAR also makes it possible to penetrate canopies of vegetation and dense forest.

Data Produced: Stand-per-hectare / Density & 
Infrastructure / land use map, design map


Increased crop yields
Improved profitability
Reduce wastage
Focus can be directed at areas that require more attention
Better environmental management

Utilising Geospatial Intelligence Technology

Geospatial Intelligence Technology is a valuable tool for Precision Agriculture, enabling farmers to gather and analyse data to optimise agricultural practices and increase efficiency in farming practices.

Mapping and Visualisation

Create detailed maps and visualisations of fields; helps farmers identify areas that may need more attention, primarily water, fertiliser, or pesticide.

Data collection and analysis

Collect and analyse data about a particular area including rugged terrains which are not accessible by land. The insightful analysis derived from the superior data collected can also be used to track crop growth and yield, and to predict potential issues before they become major problems.

Navigation and location

Provide location-based information and guidance; helping farmers navigate and find their way to a particular location.

Monitoring and assessment

Monitor and assess changes in an area over time to manage resources more effectively, by identifying areas where irrigation or fertilisation can be reduced without impacting crop yield.

Has the potential to improve farming efficiency, reduce costs, and increase yields, while also promoting more sustainable agricultural practices.

AECA Can Help You to Obtain Meaningful Data with These Easy Steps

Determine the scope, and points of interest
Select the appropriate drone, cameras and sensors for your application.
Obtain necessary permits and approvals
Plan the data collection
Collect data
Process and analyse the data
Monitor the changes in data

How Aeca adds value in Precision Agriculture

“AECA can help your business in 3 easy steps:
Capture, Process and Analyse Data.”
Step 1: Capture
Step 2: Process
Step 3: Analyse

Capture Data

Utilising the latest technology in drones and sensors, we are able to acquire more data in less time.

VTOL Drones
Our Vertical Take Off and Landing (VTOL) drones are capable of covering large areas of up to 10 hectares within 1 hour of flight time.

This gives you as much coverage as an airplane without the extremely high costs, but for a longer duration per flight than a quadcopter, reducing number of flights required for a job.

High-Accuracy Sensors
Using powerful, high resolution cameras, we are able to capture sharper images, better that any consumer-grade cameras designed for cinematography.
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Process Data

Our surveying engineering team has the knowledge and skill set to process your data in a meaningful way in order to fulfill your objectives.

Just as importantly, AECA has the right hardware and software with the capability and capacity to translate raw data into actionable outputs.

The ability to capture data alone is not sufficient to obtain useful results.

Without powerful, high-speed processors with massive storage space, the data would just be that, data.
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Analyse Data

With a huge amount of data, comes the challenge of knowing what to do with them.

A successful data acquisition or survey should be able to tell you what you should be doing next.

Picking which results to use for your intended purpose can be overwhelming.

AECA has the experience and expertise to help you analyse the results and determine the next courses of action to either save your business time and money, improve efficiency or increase profitability.

The best outcome would be where all of the above are achieved at once.
Learn about Data Analysis

PAst Projects

Past projects by AECA Solutions

Precision Agriculture - Aerial Multispectral Mapping & Monitoring

Bioeconomy Corporation & Integrated Pest Management (IPM)-


What is Geospatial Intelligence Technology for Precision Agriculture?

Geospatial Intelligence Technology for Precision Agriculture is the use of advanced geospatial technologies, including remote sensing, geographic information systems (GIS), and precision agriculture tools, to collect and analyse data for precision agriculture applications.

What are some of the benefits of using Geospatial Intelligence Technology for Precision Agriculture?

It can provide accurate, efficient, and cost-effective solutions for precision agriculture applications. This technology can also enable the collection and analysis of large amounts of data, allowing for better decision-making and planning.

How is Geospatial Intelligence Technology for Precision Agriculture typically used?

It is used in a variety of applications, including crop mapping, yield prediction, irrigation management, nutrient management, and pest management. This technology can also be used to optimise the use of agricultural inputs, such as water and fertiliser, and to reduce the environmental impact of agricultural activities.

What types of geospatial data can be collected and analysed using Geospatial Intelligence Technology for Precision Agriculture?

Geospatial Intelligence Technology for Precision Agriculture can be used to collect and analyse a wide range of geospatial data, including satellite imagery, aerial photography, LiDAR data, GPS data, and other types of remote sensing data.

How can Geospatial Intelligence Technology for Precision Agriculture be used to improve crop yields and reduce costs?

Geospatial Intelligence Technology for Precision Agriculture can be used to improve crop yields and reduce costs by enabling better decision-making regarding planting, irrigation, nutrient management, and pest control. This technology can also help farmers optimise the use of agricultural inputs and reduce waste.

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