Peregrines Innovations is developing an unmanned drone solution, the first of its kind in the global market.
We provide an end-to-end, fully automatic solution for collection aerial data and gaining invaluable insights. The industrial grade platform is available on-site and on-demand, enabling industrial facilities to access premium aerial data in the faster, safer, more efficient way.
We will provide self-driving, autonomous and pilot-less drones for various industries like Agriculture, Oil & Gas, Mining, Sea-Port, Accident & Emergency Response, Medical & Health Care, Defense & Security, and Goods Delivery.
Currently, we are focusing on cost driven Indian Agriculture Market and want to provide cheaper drone solutions based on farming solutions to the Indian farmers by using cutting edge technology known as Artificial Intelligence and Deep learning to save them from doing suicide and other issues due to financial implications.
In India, there is a drastic change in Agri-tech. Not most of the farmers are using latest tech gadgets in their farm. We often see IoT related agriculture in several journals but none of them are properly adopted in Indian farms. There is huge gap between technology and the farmers. Now, even many MNCs are investing in Agri-Tech in India. Food demand is exponentially increasing due to rise in population. People talking about tractors and heavy machinery in farms era is now replacing by Drones, IoT and Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. Smart sensors are replaced by heavy machinery in American Farms. According to “The Economist”, farmers are being teched up when it comes to growing crops/food more sustainable and profitable. It is often heard that pest and diseases attack crops and therefore gradually reduces due to these attacks. By 2050, earth’s population is expected to grow 9.7 billion. Therefore, a clear graph of rise in food demand is visible.
We developed Fully Automated Drone which can detect Plant Disease by just flew over them. Detection of crop-destroying diseases currently requires time-consuming direct observation and can vary in accuracy and precision depending on the level of expertise of the observer. The Development of drones may provide a method to survey crops for sign of disease; however, there is still a need for a method that efficiently processes the collected data. more