Mahendra Singh Dhoni Launches Made In India Drone Camera, Named Droni, Know Features

Pankaj Prasad
Mahendra Singh Dhoni
Mahendra Singh Dhoni

Former India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has already started farming. Now he has launched a Made India drone useful in agriculture.

Former Team India star Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Sunday launched a 'Made in India camera drone' named 'Droni' with advanced features manufactured by Garuda Aerospace. According to the news agency ANI, the company has entered the consumer drone market with 'Droni'. Mahendra Singh Dhoni is the brand ambassador of Garuda Aerospace. The company has endeavored to offer drone solutions for pesticide spraying, solar panel cleaning, industrial pipeline inspection, mapping, surveying etc. in agriculture.

Dhoni stresses on the use of drones in agriculture

MS Dhoni launched the new 'Kisan Drone' at an event held in Chennai. Its purpose is to spray applications in the agricultural sector, especially. According to the report of ANI, this battery-operated drone can spray agricultural pesticide on 30 acres of land per day. Speaking at the event, Dhoni recalled that he took a keen interest in agriculture during the Corona lockdown. He also emphasized on the role of drones for the farmers.


Here are the features

In an official statement, the company's founder and CEO, Agneswar Jayaprakash said that the product will be available in the market by the end of 2022. He said, “Our Drone Drone is completely indigenous and can be used for various surveillance purposes. It is technology efficient, seamless and of high quality. By making Made in India Drone we are not only meeting the demand of Drone We hope to become self-reliant but also want to put India on the global map as a hub for better quality, safe and drone-based solutions.

Global Drone Expo held in Chennai

Meanwhile, President of the Indian Drone Association and former Wing Commander in the Indian Air Force, Anand Kumar Das told ANI that the platform will play an important role in promoting the drone industry. The Global Drone Expo in Chennai was attended by 1,500 participants from 14 international drone companies and representatives from over 28 states and union territories. He attracted investors, youth and stakeholders and outlined a path for the drone industry.