#Let’s make our clients win
Kindly find in this section some of our case studies to put our UAVs and their applications in key sectors of the African economy into action.
#Addressing issues caused by army-worm
The problem: this caterpillar is a real pleague in the larval stage; once laid by the butterfly that carries them, the eggs release larvae that will feed directly on the cereal plants and plants on which they are found – i.e. more than 80 cultivated or wild species including corn, rice, sorghum, millet, sugar cane, cotton. Since the butterfly has the capacity to travel almost 100 kilometers overnight, there are high risks on crops, which up to 73% ca..
Addressing issues caused by army-worm
a Kono Digital drone that releases a tailor-made crop protection product that can be distributed prec…
since 2017, 58,324 hectares of land have been affected in Burkina according to the Ministry of Agric…
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#Support the African Youth
Young Africans are hungry for jobs and opportunities – and we want to play our part, too, by training drone pilots, instructors, maintainers, but also skilled operators for the production of our products. Kono Digital seeks to structure a true value chain around UAVs, and to strengthen local skills for inclusive development.