Fuselage Innovations agricultural drones are coming to the Canadian market

Agricultural technology company Fuselage Innovations has been selected for a global accelerator program under the auspices of the Toronto Business Development Centre. Based in Maker Village, an electronics incubator in Kalamassery near Kochi, Fuselage is known for providing high-quality agro-tech services, especially for its drones, which are revolutionizing modern agriculture with precision technologies.  Kerala Agritech startup Fuselage makes it to the UK’s Global Entrepreneurship Competition Expanding into Canada is a major advantage for Trunk. Support from the accelerator program, including visa assistance, played a key role in establishing Fuselage’s Toronto office, says CEO Devan Chandrasekaran.     

He expressed confidence in Fuselage’s ability to bring its drones and other services to the Canadian market. A Kochi-based agritech startup invents an integrated approach to human-animal conflicts. The company has also received type approval from the Directorate General of Civil Aviation for its agricultural drone product FIA ​​QD10 under the Make in India initiative. These 10-liter drones spray fertilizers with precision, reducing fertilizer application waste and optimizing farmers’ yields. Previous studies on drones have shown their effectiveness in this regard.

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