Harnessing the Power of Drones for Agriculture in South Africa’s Rainy Season

South Africa, with fertile soils and diverse climates, is no stranger to the challenges and rewards of farming. However, as weather patterns evolve and seasons become unpredictable, farmers are always seeking innovative ways to adapt and maintain their yields. Good summer rains is usually good news for farmers, but excessive rain presents a significant challenge. […]

The future of farming efficiency | Harvest SA Nov/Dec edition

Don’t miss out on the exclusive coverage of PACSys in this month’s edition of Harvest SA. Pages 17-18 provide an insightful journey into the future of farming efficiency in South Africa and how PACSys has made an indelible mark in the industry. To view this month’s edition, click here: https://harvestsa.co.za/magazine/67/  

Hommeltuie vs trekkers in boerdery: die toekoms van effektiewe landbou

Die boerdery bedryf is voortdurend aan die ontwikkel, en met tegnologiese vooruitgang staan boere met voor keuses, wat ingrypend die manier waarop hulle hul werk benader kan verander. Een van die mees opvallende in onlangse jare is die keuse tussen tradisionele trekker en vooruitstrewende hommeltuie. In hierdie blog stel ons ondersoek in na hoekom hommeltuie, […]

Drones vs Tractors in Farming: The Future of Efficient Agriculture

The world of farming is continuously evolving, and with technological advancements, farmers are now faced with choices that can drastically change the way they approach their work. The most notable in recent years is the choice between traditional tractors and cutting-edge drones. In this blog, we’ll delve into why drones, specifically the DJI Agras T40 […]

PACSys and DJI: A Winning Team for South Africa’s Farmers

In the realm of precision agriculture, few collaborations are as effective and beneficial to South African farmers as the one between PACSys and DJI. Founded by farmers and for farmers, PACSys was established with a clear vision in mind: to revolutionise agriculture by leveraging cutting-edge technology. PACSys has a profound understanding of the ever-changing environmental and economic […]

Revolutionise Your Farming Operations with the DJI Agras T40 from PACSys

DJI Agras T40 in flight

Agriculture is the backbone of any economy, and with the ever-growing population and challenges facing farmers in South Africa, the need for efficient and sustainable farming is more important than ever. Technology has been a game-changer in this sector, and one of the most significant advancements has been the use of drones for various agricultural […]

How PACSys Agriculture Drones Empower South African Smallholder Farmers

In collaboration with the South African Sugarcane Research Institute (SASRI), the University of Pretoria Department of Plant and Soil Sciences, DJI Agriculture dealer PACSys,  recently conducted a series of trainings and experiments reviewing the potential of agriculture drones in empowering South African smallholder farmers in sugarcane cultivation. Sugarcane is a significant crop in South Africa, […]

Drones – Enhancing Productivity

By Heidi Gibson | Article appeared in the October edition of World Airnews magazine | www.airnews.co.za World Airnews caught up with a South African company called Precision Agricultural Systems or PacSys, which has been at the forefront of research and technology aimed at refining the capabilities of drones to cope with the demands of crop spraying […]

Bespuiting Met Hommeltuie Raak Al Hoe Gewilder

SA Graan · Aug 2022 Wat is die verskil wat hommeltuigtegnologie in gewasbespuiting maak – of nie maak nie? Internasionaal en plaaslik bevestig navorsing en erva ring dat die verfyning van hommeltuie vir doel gemaakte aanwending op die plaas, boerdery meer doeltreffend maak. Teen 2050 sal daar na raming sowat 9,9 miljard mense op aarde […]

Drone Spraying in Orchards

Vegetables & Fruit · July-Aug 2022 The key global challenge of the moment remains the provision of healthy, balanced and affordable meals to a growing global population. Current levels of rural poverty and concerns about natural resource management and public awareness about sustainable practices in food production are prominent. The economics of cultivation and irrigated […]

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