Flying high-tech in agriculture

The use of unmanned aerial vehicles, or drones, is becoming more common as technology has improved and prices have dropped. They range in price and scale from inexpensive children’s toys to sophisticated machines with sensitive measuring equipment costing thousands of dollars.

Because of their ability to provide an aerial view without the need for airplanes or helicopters, drones are now being used in a variety of industries to gather valuable information from a more useful vantage point …

Recorder Online (Porterville, CA) | Sept. 25, 2017

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