Drone-Based Agricultural Inspections


Enord's precise aerial crop scouting services enhance the efficiency of farming, so you can quickly and easily improve your everyday planning, decision making and overall strategy for your farming operation with an aerial mapping drone.

Our drones can capture highly accurate images of your fields while covering up to hundreds of hectares/acres in a single flight at a far greater resolution than satellite imagery provides, even when there is cloud cover.   There is no longer a need for the cost and hassle of manned aerial services.

Our survey-grade drones can reduce the time spent collecting accurate surveying data. By acquiring raster data from the sky we can gather millions of data points in one short flight with drone surveying.

Enord's drones for farming take large jobs that once took weeks can now be completed in just a few days, and that a week’s worth of traditional data collection is now achieved in just one day.

The least amount of time spent on the ground means safety of the surveying team is improved by minimizing risk when measuring sites such as mines, unstable slopes and transport routes.

The guide below explains how drones fit within the precision crop scouting workflow. This info applies to most common varieties of crop (wheat, soya bean etc.), with this circle of activity typically being repeated at every key growth stage.


The following non-crop-specific overview shows the different ways in which
a drone can be used to provide accurate, on demand data throughout the year.

Note: some farming operations may not follow the exact timeline below due
to differences in crop type, region, tillage system, treatment or fertiliser strategy.