Ag drone technology and the like allows us to elegantly target field operations — saving costs and being a good steward in the process.
American Robotics unveiled a self-charging, self-managing drone system capable of autonomously carrying out daily scouting missions.
Innovations have transformed the way farmers do business — they have become more sustainable, more efficient, safer, and more profitable.
Drone use on the farm is a game-changer, and it has been adopted by farmers around the world for the past several years.
AeroVironment, a California-based company built around decades of military drone technology, will be entering the ag sector with its hybrid craft called Quantix.
Kansas State University recently received a $957,000 grant from the National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) to utilize drones in their latest wheat breeding research. Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), more commonly known as drones, are quickly becoming recognized as a valuable tool for mapping agricultural crops. Kansas State University has been developing uses of […]
With the advent of UAVs, farmers can now utilize drones to perform tasks such as aerial mapping of fields, monitoring crop health to identify problem areas, and with the help of an infrared camera, monitor photosynthesis across a field.
It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s a UAV? UAVs, otherwise known as unmanned aerial vehicles, are flying over corn fields around Columbia, Missouri and it’s all in the name of science. A Missouri University of Science and Technology researcher and his team are using UAVs to study how crops respond to climate change and […]