Designed as a professional mapping drone, AZIMUT WING is capable to capture high-resolution aerial photos that you can transform into accurate orthomosaics & 3D models.

Specially designed for fast and easy use in the field, AZIMUT WING gives you the opportunity to quickly map a large area in a single flight, allowing you to maximise your efficiency.

By using the latest ultralight and composite materials we managed to achieve a very light but extremely durable flying platform for mapping missions.



Multi-spectral view

One of the main uses of the Azimut Wing is in the field of intelligent agriculture.

By selecting different spectral camera payloads you are able to quickly identify problem areas.

Viewing multispectral images gives you the opportunity to see early problems in crops.

This can be done before the plants show signs of illness, greatly improving costs for crops by reducing the amount of substance used to combat diseases




The use of drones in agriculture comes with a number of advantages including:

  • the possibility of recording multispectral images, graphically showing the differences between healthy plant areas and diseased plant areas
  • discovering pest infestations
  • detection of problems in the irrigation circuit
  • detection of soil variations

Ways of using the AZIMUT WING in agriculture

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Once the plants reach a certain height, it becomes difficult to detect irrigation problems from the ground level.
With the help of AZIMUT WING, these problems are quickly detected on large surfaces.

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Increased productivity and lower costs by applying fertilizer to problem areas and decreasing fertilizer in fertile areas

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Using NDVI sensors, a map can be created with areas affected by weeds and differentiation from unaffected areas, thus reducing the areas to be treated and lowering crop costs.

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Crop monitoring using NDVI (Normalized Difference Vegetative Index) or NIR (near-infrared) sensors.
This makes it possible to identify early the occurrence of diseases in crops.

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