Georgia farmers could be going high-tech.
Researchers at the University of Georgia are looking at new ways to help farmer’s analyze their fields with the help of drones.
These unmanned aerial vehicles, or UAV’s, aren’t a brand-new technology and a variety of companies and industries, including farming and agriculture, have been using the devices to help analyze certain things.
According to research engineer Simerjeet Virk, using drones and UAV’s is still a work in progress but the devices could benefit Georgia farmers once there’s a better understanding on how to use them …
WGXA (Macon, GA) | Aug. 23, 2019