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February 15th, 2012
UAV Drones for Agriculturalists

Modern software analyzes all this data rapidly and allows an accurately dosed nutrient supply, matched to the requirements of the different soils. This way agriculturalists can not only save resources and increase their crop yield but also avoid negative ecological effects of over-fertilization.

While in precision agriculture satellites and airplanes have been used for several years to collect data, UAV drones offer the advantage to be more flexible, faster and cost-effective.

Do you have questions regarding the use of UAV drones in agriculture? Please contact us here.