Compact modular rugged multi-purpose agro drone with advanced functionality
Agricultural UAV
A compact drone that is the youngest model in the eXtra series - with enhanced functionality. It is notable not only for its small size and weight, making it very easy to store and carry, but also for its exceptionally high payload to empty weight ratio of 1.5:1, which is an outstanding efficiency value in the range of wingless aircraft. Another significant advantage is its ability to handle both liquid and solid propellants, something almost unique in the class of vehicles weighing less than 30kg. Considering the low catalogue price, the Glory Air X14 can be considered an "entry ticket" into the world of full-featured agriculturists, where economy does not mean abandoning radars or the possibility of direct control via a controller, which radically improve flight safety.
The design of both the flight unit and the load has been carefully considered: the folding system has been optimised and the tank is mounted as low as possible on aluminium supports, which improves the balance and increases the stability of the spatial position in the horizontal plane. The tank itself is V-shaped and the material flow is organised according to the "double slanting flow" principle, which ensures a continuous feed regardless of the drone's momentary angle of inclination and acceleration.

To increase the convenience of filling the tank, it has fill holes on both sides and the diameter of the holes is 113 mm, so no funnel is needed and nothing will get past. Importantly, the components and units are protected against moisture and dust, something not often found in this price group. The supplied battery charger can charge up to four batteries at the same time to keep the workflow uninterrupted.
Where are drones used in agriculture?
Crop monitoring
Using drones, accurate crop development can be predicted and inefficiencies in planting in certain areas can be identified, allowing for better management of yields.
Soil and field analysis
Drones create accurate 3D maps for soil analysis, which is useful for planning seed planting patterns. After planting, drone soil analysis provides data for irrigation and nitrogen control.
Crops spraying
Drones can scan the ground and spray the right amount of liquid, adjusting the distance from the ground and spraying in real time for uniform coverage. This results in increased efficiency and a reduction in the amount of chemicals penetrating the groundwater.
Drones with hyperspectral, multispectral or thermal sensors can identify which parts of the field are dry or need improvement.
Health assessment
By scanning crops using visible and near-infrared light, devices carried by drones can detect which plants reflect different amounts of green and near-infrared light.
Seed planting
Drone landing systems achieve 75% efficiency and reduce landing costs by up to 85%.