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AGCO Corporation announces its new SOLO AGCO EDITION unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV).

Utilizing intuitive mission planning and cloud-based, high-resolution mapping software, the UAV is easy to use and can increase farmers' efficiency.

With the SOLO AGCO EDITION, farmers are alleviated from waiting on slow and low-resolution satellite imaging and scouting the fields by foot or vehicle, making their lives and crop yields incrementally better.

The SOLO AGCO EDITION provides operators with hardware, software, service, and support all in one package.

The UAV can fly in up to 25 mph winds and has a max speed of 55 miles per hour. Each fully charged can cover up to 60 acres, depending on conditions and user-defined settings, with an average flight time of 20 minutes, fully equipped.

The kit comes with four batteries, providing the ability to scout up to 240 acres in one trip.

The SOLO AGCO EDITION is built on 3D Robotics Solo platform and designed to evolve with the times. This UAV utilizes a three-axis Solo Gimbal, accessory bay, and swappable motor pods allowing for easy integration of future technology and features.

With simple mission planning and fully autonomous flights, this UAV is easy to use and control.

It is equipped with auto takeoff and landing, as well as emergency in-air brake and return-to-home features. The product includes in-app training and configurable settings in order to accommodate varying operator skill levels.

The kit includes two cameras customized for aerial imaging – an RGB camera for color imaging and a near-infrared camera for monitoring photosynthetic activity, or plant health.

These cameras, paired with the included one year of Agribotix imaging software, produce high-resolution Orthomosaics, Normalized Difference Vegetation Index, and Field Health and Management Zone maps to provide farmers insight into their fields and help them find potential yield-limiting problems early.

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