Former India skipper, MS Dhoni has recently launched a surveillance drone facility that will help farmers in the agricultural sector.
Droni drone is a high-tech drone for the agricultural sector.
This drone is a battery-operated quadcopter surveillance drone.
Additionally, farmers will benefit from this technology.
Last year, Dhoni unveiled this camera drone at The Global Drone Expo in Chennai.
During the launch, Dhoni talked about his fascination with drones.
He says that he became quite fascinated with the idea and learned about its usage in the field of agriculture.
On the other hand, the CEO of Garuda Aerospace, Agnishwar Jayaprakash has stated the importance of drones in other sectors as well.
Additionally, Jayaprakash also wants to place India on the global map in drone technology.
Our Droni drone is indigenous and can be used for different surveillance purposes, and by ensuring that the product is made in India, we hope to not just become Aatmanirbhar for the demand of drones but also place India on the global map as a hub for superior quality, safe and secure drone and drone-based solutions.
Dhoni enjoys farming, salutes farmers as heroes
It is no hidden fact that Dhoni enjoys farming in his hometown of Ranchi and is of the opinion that farmers are the real heroes of the nation.
That is why he is involved in improving the lives of farmers.
During the lockdown, Dhoni made full use of his time by farming.
‘Kheton ke Kaptan’ short film made by Dhoni and Garuda Aerospace
Additionally, Dhoni has also produced a short film titled, ‘Kheton ke Kaptan’ in association with Garuda Aerospace.
The main purpose of this film is to teach farmers how to use drone technology in the agriculture sector.
Farmers are the heroes of our nation and we at Garuda Aerospace have been committed to designing drones that help farmers spray pesticides altogether and make their lives easier. Mahendra Singh Dhoni, the brand ambassador of Garuda Aerospace and former Captain of the Indian Cricket Team salutes the farmers as they are the future.
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