New Hope is rustic town on the main road connecting pre-Civil War Philadelphia and New York City. Situated on the banks of the Delaware River, there's always a gentle breeze that soothes you with a whisper: Everything is going to be okay.
New Hope Corporation was launched in 2017 to usher the use of drones and photogrammetry in Philippine farming.
New Hope Corporation is an advocate of Precision Agriculture and believes it can make a contribution to Philippine farming, enhancing yields by minimizing toxins and automating spray applications.
We are the only licensed distributor of the DJI Agras in the Philippines honoring the DJI Warranty, and insuring availability of parts to support your enterprise.
DJI is the world's preeminent manufacturer of consumer drones. It is widely recognized for developing intuitive flight controllers making its drones safer and easier to fly.
The DJI Agras MG-1S is largest mass produced agricultural drone in the world, built on the amazing A3/N3 flight controller that can launch up to 5 Agras simultaneously.
The Agras MG-1S integrates a number of cutting-edge DJI technologies, including the new A3 Flight Controller, and a Radar Sensing System that provides additional reliability during flight. The spraying system and flow sensor ensure accurate operations. When used with the MG Intelligent Operation Planning System and the DJI Agriculture Management Platform, a user can plan operations, manage flights in real-time, and closely monitor aircraft operating status.
Equipped with DJI's advanced A3 Flight Controller, the MG-1S is capable of high levels of reliability. Its algorithm has been optimized for agricultural utilizations, ensuring stable flight even with sloshing liquids. In addition, the redundant design of the A3 includes dual compasses. If an error occurs in one sensor, the system will automatically switch to the other sensor to continue safe, reliable flight.
Three high-precision, microwave radars are placed on the front slope, rear slope and the bottom of the spray tank. Radars on front and rear slopes detect the terrain, allowing the aircraft to adjust its height approximately. The downward radar then provides high-precision height. As the radars scan, the MG-1S is able to perceive the change of terrain, adjust its altitude and maintain its altitude above the crops.
A new spraying system enables more accurate spraying. With two compatible pumps controlling the front pair and rear pair of nozzles separately, there are now three spraying modes available: forward spraying, backward spraying and full spraying. A new pressure sensor and flow sensor monitors the spraying rate in real-time, realizing dynamic control over spray speed and amount during operation. Nozzles with extended spray booms have been used to make better use of downward airflows.
DJI provides a comprehensive spraying management platform along with the MG-1S. Use the platform to supervise the flight status of every aircraft, master spraying status and manage your spraying team to improve working efficiency. You can also assign fields to each operator and check deployed fields. By sharing intelligent planning to operators, management for spraying operations will be more efficient and economic, as operators can avoid repetitive spraying.
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Wherever you are we will make arrangements to demonstrate the Agras MG-1S anywhere you may be. For viewings in Luzon, we can arrange a spray demo in the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI), Los Banos.