Digital Agriculture to Become a Global Practice With XAG's Drones Now Available Worldwide

XAG launches its V40 and P40 drones globally 6 photos
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XAG launches its V40 and P40 agricultural drones globallyXAG launches its V40 and P40 agricultural drones globallyXAG launches its V40 and P40 agricultural drones globallyXAG launches its V40 and P40 agricultural drones globallyXAG launches its V40 and P40 agricultural drones globally
Chinese drone manufacturer XAG has made its agricultural drones available in over 40 countries worldwide so far. Now the company announces that its V40 and P40 are available for purchase globally, bringing digital agriculture into even more rural areas.
Designed by XAG to help farmers transition to more climate-smart practices, the V40 and P40 are fully autonomous and can have a variety of applications, from spraying to broadcast, mapping, and more.

The V40 is the flagship of the company’s V Series Agricultural Drone and it has a tilting twin-rotor structure. It’s made from carbon-reinforced polymer, being light but also tough. XAG boasts of the drone being able to spread up to 88 lb (40 kg) of seeds or fertilizers in just one minute. It has a 16-liter liquid tank and a 25-liter granular container and it can also spray up to 10 liters per minute. It is suitable for use in orchards, open fields, or terraces, being able to operate in various scenarios.

With arms and propellers that can fold over doubly, the V40 takes up little space and is also easy to transport and handle.

The second XAG agricultural drone to become globally available is the P40, an updated model of the classic P series. It has a more flexible and compact design and is equipped with a larger, 20-liter liquid tank. It can reach a spraying width of up to almost 20 ft (6 m) and can cover 13 hectares of farmland an hour. You can extend the spraying width to almost 33 ft (10 m) if you switch into the broadcast system, with the capacity also increasing to 25 liters.

Both models come with a modular design and three-in-one functions, allowing farmers to use the drones for sowing seeds, controlling crops, and collecting digital field maps. The drones are equipped with a multi-directional radar matrix, with the radar systems being able to perceive the surrounding areas and avoid any obstacles.

XAG’s One APP allows users to easily operate the V40 and the P40, connecting them to a smartphone.

There’s no information on the pricing of the drones, so the best thing to do is contact XAG for more details.
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