Both models cater to the Precision Agriculture industry and emphasize controlled and efficient spraying. According to the announcement, the details of the unmanned vehicles are:
Industrial drone with coaxial rotors for efficient spraying
application down to crop roots.
Industrial unmanned helicopter for highly precise spraying
In addition to offering all the features of existing unmanned helicopters, the FAZER R high-end industrial- use unmanned helicopter boasts “Turn Assistance.” The new technology realizes improved controllability and spraying performance by turning to maintain fixed spacing for spraying, holding evenly spaced flying paths, and maintaining flying speed. Operated simply by turning the spraying switch on or off, this new function achieves improved spraying accuracy without relying on the operator’s flying skill.
The Yamaha booth will also display three other autonomous designs, including the MOTOROiD motorcycle, which incorporates artificial intelligence (AI) to assess its rider’s biometrics, movements, etc. and then drive the person autonomously (at low speed), as well as its MOTOBOT Ver.2, a motorcycle-riding robot, and 06GEN Automated Public Personal Mobility, a new-generation last-mile mobility system that provides safe, comfortable and convenient on-demand low-speed autonomous mobility, Yamaha said.