XAG is an agricultural technology company developing a variety of drones and smart agriculture products that is headquartered in Guangzhou, China and was founded in 2007 by Bin Peng. XAG has several divisions which include XAG MANUFACTURE, XPLANET, XGEOMATICS, and XAG ACADEMY, and also has laboratories and research stations operating in 38 countries. The company operates research stations which can be found in Japan, Korea, Indonesia, Myanmar, Tajikistan, Kazakstan, New Zealand, Australia, United Staes, Brazil, Ecuador, Peru, United Kingdom, Germany, Ghana, Nigeria, Morocco, and Zambia.
Notable research partners working with XAG include: China Agricultural University, Harper Adams University, The University of Sydney, South China Agricultural University, The University of Tokyo, The University of Queensland, Canada A&L Laboratory, Bayer Crop Science Research Centre, Corteva, Australian Centre of Agricultural Research, Tel Aviv University, Wageningen University, and the Saint-Gobain Materials Science Laboratory.
XAG offerings plant protection UAS (XPlanet Agricultural UAS, P Series Plant Protection UAS, P30 Plant Protection UAS, P20 Plant Protection UAS, and to P10 Plant Protection UAS), surveying UAS (XAG XMission Multifunctional UAS and the C2000 Intelligent Surveying UAS), the XAG Jetseed Granule Spreading System, and an agricultural IoT system for monitoring land, soil, weather, and temperature.