When you travel by plane, you may see maintenance engineers in yellow jackets are inspecting the aircraft and repairing mechanical issues to protect the safety of every flight. When it comes to the field of agriculture, do you know what does the role of drone maintainers look like?
Drone maintenance engineers are the group of people who pay sophisticated efforts to flight safety, but are easily overlooked comparing to pilots who work under the spotlight. During the farming season, while the pilots are busy on farm operating agricultural drones to protect crops, drone maintainers are also working intensively in the service stations.
For every drone delivered for inspection, maintenance engineers always provide careful check and repair service to make sure these smart devices can keep in best status and return to work as quickly as possible.
Being watched by colleagues might be a bit nervous, but attention is needed while tightening the screws on the drone. (Australia, source: Oztech Drones)
The support came from female drone maintainers is also reliable behind every safe flight. (Brazil, source: Megadrone Brasil)
One done, more to go. It is always necessary to check the drones' propellers before and after operations. (Ecuador, source: Megadrone S.A.)
Sometimes the clients' hut would become a temporary workshop, but it won't bother our skillful engineers. (Cambodia, source: RED SPARROW CAMBODIA)
Remove four arms and propellers, let’s give a careful body check to the new arrival drone before the first take off. (Malaysia, source: Alliance Agrotech Sdn Bhd)
On a bright sunny day, two young drone mechanical engineers are preparing the drone by a rice paddy for its spraying trial. (Vietnam, source: VietNam Smart Agriculture Technology Joint Stock Company)
Put on earphones and play music, some rhythm will make drone assembling much more enjoyable. (Zambia, source: Sunagri)
Teamwork is important for building a stable drone service system, always remember drone maintainers will never fighting alone. (China)
Although these engineers are working anonymously behind the scenes, their dedication to offer technical support and high-level persistence to drone safety are making them the protector of farming drones, as well as the true heroes to ensure every safe sortie of flight.