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Farming’s new eyes in the sky

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Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) come in a range of forms and sizes and these can have different uses.. The most appropriate roles for UAVs in broadacre cropping are still being determined.. According to experienced UAV pilot Martin Peters, from FarmingIT, there are a few certainties with UAVs: if licensing is required it is time-consuming and expensive; landings are nerve-racking; birds of prey can be a problem; you will never have as much computing power for data analysis as you want; and every day someone comes up with a new idea of how a UAV can be used for agriculture...
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