Being a farmer has never been easy, but in recent years the challenges have been increasing. Between droughts, trade tensions, and economic pressures, the agriculture industry needs a way of adapting to a changing landscape.
The solution could come from something most people would not normally associate with agriculture: unmanned aerial vehicles, or UAVs.
I have worked with farmers on strategies to incorporate new technology into their operations. New innovative tools have the power to make farms more efficient and more environmentally sustainable—two missions that are supported by UAVs …
The Modesto Bee | Nov. 4, 2019