Unmanned Crop Monitoring

Bridon Cordage / April 16, 2014

Along with agricultural technological advances like driverless tractors, we’ll likely be seeing unmanned aircraft system devices (UAS) increasing in the future. The device is designs to monitor things like crop height, insect damage and cattle health and determine germination rates.

Right now farmers have the legal right to fly their own unmanned monitors over their own fields. What do you think about tech advances like these? Does it make sense to your operations? We’d love to hear what our partners have to say. Share your feedback in the comments section below!