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Finalists Announced for Ag Drone Challenge

Flying drone and inexperienced wheat area Land O’Lakes, Inc. has introduced finalists for the Land O’Lakes Prize: Drone Challenge, a crowdsourced competitors launched in February 2017 to assist floor priceless, user-friendly drone options that may assist farmers make higher choices for their crops as they work to provide extra meals …

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Can Drones Be Successful in Africa and Other Emerging Countr…

Ian Melamed of ProWings Training is a type of drone trade veterans who appears to know one thing about nearly each drone mission occurring on his continent.  As South Africa’s first licensed drone teacher, he ought to – he’s been concerned one way or the other with lots of them. Passionate …

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New Research Report on Five Business Lessons about Drone Ins…

Guest put up by Colin Snow — Drone inspection – Shutterstock We simply launched a brand new analysis report titled “Five Valuable Business Lessons About Drones in Asset and Infrastructure Inspection” This is the fourth in a sequence of white papers supposed to share classes realized in particular industries and …

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What is the Future of Drone Use in Mining and Aggregates?

Guest Post by Colin Snow Photo – Shutterstock I simply launched a brand new analysis report titled “Five Valuable Business Lessons Learned About Drones in Mining and Aggregates.” This is the third in a collection of white papers sponsored by BZ Media supposed to share classes discovered in particular industries …

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The War is Not Over: Why Agriculture Drone Solutions Deserve…

Guest publish by Colin Snow Image courtesy of Sentera I’ve been researching and writing about agriculture drone options since early 2012. I lately got here throughout this OpEd in PrecisionAg titled “Opinion: The Agricultural Drone War Is Over, And They Lost” and browse it with nice curiosity. Two and half …

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Drones, Cat Tidbit Feeders, HyperWatch, GoKart Tank… the H…

“Build Something That Matters,” says the 2017 Hackaday Competition Summary.  And whereas the prize might go to one thing actually altering the world, entries to this point fluctuate broadly between the helpful and the – form of, in a bizarre method (sure, we’re speaking about you, “Buttwand“) – entertaining. Hackaday.io …

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