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Marut Drones’ Seedcopter 2.0 to aid in reforestation and CSR activities

Prem Kumar Vislawath, CEO of Marut Drones (3rd from left) and actor Rana Daggubati (4th from left) at the launch of Seedcopter 2.0
Prem Kumar Vislawath, CEO of Marut Drones (3rd from left) and actor Rana Daggubati (4th from left) at the launch of Seedcopter 2.0

The drones significantly reduce the time and labor required for afforestation, offering an efficient and cost-effective technology solution for a greener future.

By making Seedcopter 2.0 available as a service for corporate entities, we aim to extend the reach of drone technology, inviting more stakeholders to contribute to India’s green cover. As stewards of this planet, we have a duty to revive the forests we’ve lost.”

Prem Kumar Vislawath, CEO of Marut Drones.

Marut Drones has rolled out  its Seedcopter 2.0, a reforestation drone. Marut has made available  the availability of Seedcopter services to corporate entities, enabling them to actively engage in CSR activities and reforestation efforts.

Marut Drones has successfully utilized the Seedcopter for its ongoing mission ‘Hara Bahara campaign’ to plant One Billion Trees by 2030. The company claims to have planted more than one crore trees across 9 states like Telangana, Arunachal Pradesh, Rajasthan, Uttarakhand, Tamil Nadu, Assam in 2022.

Actor Rana Daggubati, joined forces with Marut Drones in 2021 to help increase forest cover through rapid afforestation, using Seedcopter. On the launch of Seedcopter 2.0, he said, “At the heart of sustainable change lies community collaboration and empowerment. Marut Drones has developed an innovative and scalable solution for reforestation and revegetation that is faster and cheaper than traditional manual planting practices. By actively involving rural women to procure mass seedlings, Marut Drones is sowing the seeds of a greener future by making it a community exercise.”

“With Seedcopter, we’re not just planting trees; we’re sowing hopes of replanting a forest, one drone at a time. By making Seedcopter 2.0 available as a service for corporate entities, we aim to extend the reach of drone technology, inviting more stakeholders to contribute to India’s green cover. As stewards of this planet, we have a duty to revive the forests we’ve lost,”said Prem Kumar Vislawath, CEO of Marut Drones.

Marut’s aims to empower women and communities in 1400 districts to act and contribute towards reforestation and has been actively engaging local communities to play a vital role in preparing the seedballs, contributing not only to ecological well-being but also uplifting the socio-economic conditions of communities involved.

These drones are designed to disperse seed balls in challenging terrains, including valleys and foothills, providing access to even the most remote areas. The drones significantly reduce the time and labor required for afforestation, offering an efficient and cost-effective solution.

Seedcopter makes a comprehensive aerial survey and mapping of target areas, providing invaluable insights into topography, soil conditions, and vegetation, enabling informed decisions during the seeding process. Seedcopter releases them with precision, ensuring an even distribution across the target terrain, resulting in a higher germination rate and increased chances of tree growth. Post-planting monitoring with data hubs established to track the progress of the planted seeds is a crucial aspect of Marut Drones’ efforts. This data-driven approach helps assess the success of afforestation efforts and fine-tunes strategies for future projects.

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