DJI Agriculture Profile

In 2012 DJI was determined to extend its cutting-edge drone technology to the agricultural industry. Thus, in 2015, DJI Agriculture was born. Scorpion Drones is the Master Distributor of DJI Agriculture with his Headquarter in Miami and offices in Puebla, Mexico; San Rafael, Mendoza, Argentina; Colombia and Panama, with more than 6 years of experience in sales of these drones, certifications in China of all their models , provides the best sales and after-sales service to all their clients, as well as commits to provide intelligent solutions through drone technology, facilitating agricultural innovation and development worldwide. Today DJI has successfully launched a wide range of crop protection drones, including the MG-1, MG-1S, MG-1P, T16 and T20 as well as P4 Multispectral and Phantom 4 RTK. DJI has also introduced dedicated software called DJI Agriculture Data Management Platform. With tools that serve more than 30 countries in multiple regions, DJI Agriculture has empowered more than 10 million professionals with smart farming solutions.


Continuous Innovative

Innovation is a core value for DJI Agriculture. Determined to enhance industrial development and meet user demands, the team has worked diligently to renovate traditional agriculture with efficient, reliable, and intelligent technology.

Passion for Farming

With a great passion for farmers’ success, DJI Agriculture is determined to enhance productivity. Through cutting-edge technology and intelligent solutions, DJI Agriculture aims to help farmers solve problems in the field, increase yield rates, and ensure efficiency.

Environmentally-Friendly Solutions

DJI Agriculture pledges to protect our planet. This not only means empowering agricultural operators with optimized tools and solutions but also with more environmentally-friendly workflows. DJI Agriculture strives to continuously reduce waste and damage during field operations and create a more harmonious co-existence with nature.

Building a Sustainable Ecosystem

DJI Agriculture carries out production, study, and research cooperation with a variety of partners, including universities, agrochemical companies, and research centers. Together they have co-established an ecosystem focusing on talent recruitment, agrochemical optimization, and technological innovation to advance the global agricultural industry.