February 16, 2022
Drones in agriculture are uniquely challenged to carry heavy payloads for longer spraying times while flying in varying conditions. They must cover large areas reliably and safely for an industry that demands high productivity. These drones are equipped with GPS, pumps, radar sensors, vision systems, and fail-safe systems that have different voltage and power levels. To accommodate all those features and functions without impacting payload, flight time or reliability, they demand efficient, lightweight, power-dense power solutions.