Precision agriculture has grown to meet the increasing worldwide demand for food using technologies that make it simpler and cheaper to collect and apply data, adapt to changing environmental conditions, and use resources most efficiently. One of the latest developments is the increase in the use of small, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), commonly known as drones, for agriculture. Drones have a huge potential in agriculture in supporting evidence-based planning and in remote sensing data collection. Despite some inherent limitations, these tools and technologies can provide valuable data that can be used to influence practices and decisions. By implementing drone technology, farms and agriculture businesses can improve crop yields and save time. The aim was to design a service concept on drones for Cropin technology solutions by using cases of agricultural drone technology in precision farming which Cropin will be able to provide as a service. Identifying business models suitable for Cropin's goals, the idea was that the desired service should be implemented seamlessly into the products of the Cropin and visualize the designed service through the SmartFarm products.
Keywords: agriculture, agriculture technology, drone, service design, UAV
Student Name: Selvamurugan S
Guide: Mr. Anoop Saxena, Co-Guide: Mr. C S Susanth