Drones for farmers make Midwest startup a flying success
Precision Drone embeds each vehicle with an infrared video camera and technology that can detect live vegetation.
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Traditional farming methods won’t be able to keep up with today’s ever-changing technology. Today, farmers are equipped with new machines such as unmanned systems that have the ability to fly over fields without trampling on their crops in less time it would take to do manually. With drones in their arsenal, farmers can easily map out their fields and detect issues with the data the drone collects. “I realized that walking hundreds of acres to monitor corn and soybean fields was no way to spot a problem unless you stumbled upon it," said Matt Minnes, founder of Precision Drone, according to Forbes... Read More on Forbes Website