Tehran (IP) - The Director of the International Affairs Department of Iran's Office of Vice President for Science, Technology, and Knowledge-based Economy reported the demand of several Ugandan and Kenyan companies for establishing agricultural UAV service centers.

Iran PressIran News: One of the homemade technological products that attracted the attention of the Ugandan, Kenyan, and Zimbabwean private sectors during the Iranian President's visit to the countries was agriculture-specific UAVs.  

Amir-Hossein Mirabadi said that the increase in agricultural productivity per area under cultivation is the issue that almost all African countries are looking for to optimize the economy of their agriculture, thus producing more agricultural products. 

The African countries are vigorously seeking to improve agriculture and economize it, Mirabadi stressed. 

The Iranian UAV robots, with their total carbon and resistant bodies, have a wide variety of applications in the agriculture industry, including pesticide spraying, fertilizer spraying, seed spraying, imaging, monitoring, and mapping of fields.

For example, Pelican 2 is capable of carrying 11 kg of load, including the above-mentioned systems, for 12 minutes. 


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