Increasingly, artificial intelligence and deep learning technology are being used in agriculture to revolutionize the pest control process. The aim is to replace the large-scale spraying of pesticides with precise and selective spraying.
German Copters' drones are used to build the database for the AI. The result is a sample database, which enables the useful plants to be differentiated from other plants. Then machines are used that can spray with high precision before and after the harvest. This saves the farmers money, is environmentally friendly, healthier and the plants become less resistant to pesticides.