Precision Agriculture

The Best Pairing for Wine May be a Drone

License: cc0 With a wide and global customer base, drone mapping platform DroneDeploy is continually identifying new uses for drone technology.  Precision agriculture was one of the early adopters of drone technology: and now, more vineyards are adopting drones to make better wine. It’s not the romantic view of the …

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DRONE VIDEO: River nears crest in west Arkansas, but more ra…

DRONE VIDEO: River nears crest in west Arkansas, but more rainfall looms  KY3 Thunderstorms are expected to bring unwanted rain to areas along the Arkansas River, which is predicted to crest Wednesday well above record levels in … >> Osmo Pocket vs. Osmo Mobile 2: Which One Should You Buy? Source …

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Latvian Startup AirBoard Launches Agriculture Drone For Vine…

Latvia has contributed more to the drone industry than you might expect. The country’s most notable entrance to the market has come from Aerones, a startup you might remember for assisting a world record skydive and, more recently, using drones to fight fires and clean windows and wind turbines. Today …

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Parrot and AIRINOV are Bringing Agriculture Drones to Africa

The following is a joint press launch from Parrot and AIRINOV. Agriculture is a key and fast-growing business in Africa and Parrot, the main European drone group, is  providing enterprise options, together with drones, software program and providers, to professionals of this enterprise sector. Parrot-AIRINOV teamed up with CTA (The …

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Sentera Launches New Gimbal Sensor for Ag Drones

A number one provider of drone-based distant sensing, analytics, and IoT options to the agriculture trade is reaping a brand new crop of sensor know-how. Last week, Sentera introduced the launch of the AGX710, a gimbaled precision agriculture sensor with plug-and-play integration for DJI’s Matrice 200 Series quadcopters. “The AGX710 …

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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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Washington State Researcher Cultivates Bump Drone Crop

With the assistance of drones, a Washington State professor is cultivating a brand new pressure of analysis within the discipline of precision agriculture. Lav Khot, a professor on the college’s Center for Precision and Automated Agricultural Systems, is utilizing rotor drones arrayed with thermal-imaging sensors to discover crops response to …

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AeroVironment Drone May Save California Almonds

Maintaining optimal water quality can drive the almond industry a little nuts (sorry). However, a California-based drone company is teaming up with an academic research team to give growers a powerful new tool for a healthier harvest. Military and commercial drone provider AeroVironment recently launched a year-long study with Fresno …

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Can AeroVironment Compete in the Commercial Drone Market?

AeroVironment’s new drone and cloud-based analytics platform squarely targets the commercial sector, but are they targeting the wrong vertical, too late in the game? THE FACTS: Earlier this month, the military and tactical unmanned aircraft systems manufacturer AeroVironment (NASDAQ:AVAV) proudly unveiled its new QuantixTM drone and a cloud-based analytics platform …

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