DJI's Latest AGRAS T20 Drone Makes Agricultural Spraying Easier, Smarter And Safer

Robust Modular Design, Omnidirectional Digital Radar, And Optimized Precision Spraying Module Transform Farming With Digital Insights And Efficiency

November 13, 2020 - DJI, the global leader in drone and camera technology, is again transforming farming with its latest agriculture drone, the DJI AGRAS T20. This durable, high-performance and intelligent precision agriculture spraying drone packs impressive features into a modular and portable design, making it accessible and scalable for farmers who are ready to apply digital insights and automated spray technology into their operations.


The DJI AGRAS T20 is optimized to work in the most complicated environments and different agricultural lands, from its easy autonomous flight planning and terrain-sensing radar, to its extended flight time, high payload capacity, and off-the-grid power options. The DJI AGRAS T20 is now available for pre-orders in select countries and regions.

Introduction video to the DJI AGRAS T20: https://youtu.be/hGyLjO7KWeU

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