Agriculture Industry

Maximize crop yields, protect your plants, and inspect irrigation with a drone.

Drones are changing agriculture. They are being used to gather useful and actionable information about crops. Drones provide an aerial view of crops and collect data that is a cost-effective replacement for satellite and aerial data collected from helicopters and planes. It provides data to help maximize and estimate yields, track changes in crop health, or inspect for needed drainage and irrigation repairs. When it comes to crop health, they can monitor and detect pests and fungal infestations, saving costly remediation or loss. 

They can create detailed NDVI data using infrared cameras, RGB optical cameras, and multi-spectral cameras. Farmers, agronomists, and stakeholders in agriculture are switching to drones, and Mile High Drones is here to help you do the same.

Licensed & Insured
Fully licensed and insured, our pilots are professionals that know how to get the job done right. We carry all the mandatory certification, in addition to mission-specific insurance coverage.
Inspections
Drone inspections can detect potential damage before it happens. Mile High Drones can help you uncover issues that arise with aging infrastructure, or from issues in new construction.
Damage Assessment
Routine surveying is highly encouraged in areas like Colorado. With drones, it’s much easier, faster and more affordable. ​

Sample Deliverables

Here are some examples from past projects. The end deliverable for most projects is a consolidated report with summarized findings and recommendations.

Related Services

3D Modeling Services
Software Development & Analytic Services
Mapping Services
Land Surveying Services
Aerial Photography Services
Aerial Video Services
Thermal Imaging Services
Thermal Imaging Services

Industries We Serve

Electric Utilities
Oil & Gas
Solar & Wind
Agriculture
Telecommunications
Real-Estate
Film & Cinema
Hospitality
Insurance
Construction
Construction

From Our Blog

26 Jun: Polite Drones

If your drone relies on you to navigate social norms, then it’s already obsolete. Creating drones that learn from their…