The DJI Agras T50 and T25 expand aerial crop protection capabilities

The DJI Agras T50 and T25 expand aerial crop protection capabilities. New DJI agricultural drones are launching worldwide with the updated SmartFarm app

DJI, a world leader in civilian drones and creative camera technology, today announced the international launch of the Agras T50 and Agras T25 drones. The T50, an addition to the popular Agras drone line, offers unmatched efficiency for large-scale cultivation operations. Instead, the lightweight T25 is designed to be more portable for smaller fields. Both drones are compatible with the updated SmartFarm app, which offers powerful functions for comprehensive management of aerial applications.

As a world leader in agricultural technology, we aim to advance precision agriculture with the latest DJI Agras drones for spraying and spreading. To date, more than 980 million hectares worldwide, in over 100 countries and regions, have been treated by DJI Agriculture drones,

Yuan Zhang saidhead of global sales at DJI Agriculture.

With our proven crop protection solutions, family farmers and large-scale growers can improve yields, reduce chemical use and cut costs while minimizing environmental impact.

The DJI Agras T50 and T25 expand aerial crop protection capabilitiesThe DJI Agras T50 and T25 expand aerial crop protection capabilities

Details on the new DJI Agras T50 and T25

The Agras T50 is a flagship of efficiency and stability, born from a deep understanding of the needs of large-scale agriculture. The dual-rotor coaxial design and 54-inch propellers provide world-class stability when carrying payloads of 40 kg for spraying or 50 kg for spreading. Allowing you to efficiently spray up to 21 hectares per hour.

The dual atomization spraying system of the T50 has an increased flow rate of up to 16 liters per minute with two sprinklers and adjustable spray drop sizes. This makes it ideal for a variety of applications, from fields to orchards. Easily convertible to spreading configuration. The T50 can carry 50 kg of dry granules and spread a rate of up to 108 kg/min2 or 1.5 tonnes per hour. This combination of power, precision and versatility makes the T50 the best choice among agricultural drones, designed to meet the ever-changing needs of modern agriculture.

New in terms of connectivity and stability

The T50 features an upgraded four-antenna O3 broadcast system, which extends the connection between the remote controller and the drone up to 2km. For operations in mountains and other complex environments, users can use a DJI Relay to extend the transmission range and stability and improve the safety of operations. The T50 is equipped with two active Phased Array radar and binocular vision sensors. These work together to accurately reconstruct the T50's surroundings and detect nearby obstacles, for intelligent obstacle detection and avoidance, and for Terrain Following on slopes.

The T50 can be equipped with an additional pair of centrifugal sprinklers, which increase the flow rate to 24 liters per minute. This benefits tasks such as orchard spraying, which require a greater flow rate to penetrate dense canopies and treat the front and back of leaves. Furthermore, the T50 is powered by a DB1560 smart battery, with a capacity of 30 Ah and 1500 charging cycles4. The D12000iEP multifunctional inverter generator, paired with the air-cooled heat sink, allows for 9-minute fast charging, allowing continuous operation on a pair of batteries.

The DJI Agras T50 and T25 expand aerial crop protection capabilitiesThe DJI Agras T50 and T25 expand aerial crop protection capabilities

DJI Agras T50 and T25: precision farming in a portable package

The Agras T25 packs all the advanced features of the T50 into a smaller, more portable design. It can carry a payload of 20kg for spraying or 25kg for spreading. It includes key features of the T50, such as multi-directional obstacle avoidance, Terrain Following, ultra-fast battery charging, one-touch takeoff and automatic operations. This makes it perfect for solo use on small to medium sized farms.

The DJI SmartFarm app simplifies daily operations with drones for crop protection and plot management. This is thanks to improved data visualization and reporting, a dynamic dashboard for device management, and easy access to after-sales support and learning resources on DJI Academy.

DJI places the highest priority on data privacy and puts customers in control of how their data is used. By default, no flight logs, photos or videos are synced to DJI. DJI Agras drones are designed to store data locally in the remote control and in the drone. Operators must choose to share or store their data on DJI servers.

Data sharing

For users outside of mainland China, drone data shared with DJI is hosted on servers in the United States, Japan and Europe and is protected by TLS. Personal data shared for account registration is further protected by AES-256 encryption. Operators can easily delete data they have shared through their DJI account or by contacting DJI support. Since 2017, we have regularly subjected our products to third-party security audits and certifications, including Booz Allen Hamilton, FTI Consulting and Kivu Consulting.

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