Over the past few years, it has gone unmanned aircraft from being controversial military tool for air strikes to attract more mundane away from the amateur flights.
But with the aircraft moved drones into the mainstream, business
and find ways to harness technology as the core of their business ideas.
Ryan Jenson showed its potential in a demonstration of the new project, honey. His idea was to use the drones to explore the problems of irrigation and pest control fields. If you did not realize early, can such problems cost farmers thousands of dollars per acre.
However, farmers were left scratching their heads. Mr. Jensen asked him: “Why do we need that? If we do not, how can we afford?”
He said he and two of the founders of the raw honey building model. On a sunny day in August 2013, it brought together 50 farmers in gold dust farms, farm 9,000 acres in southern Oregon that specializes in potatoes.
Usually farmers scout for problems on foot, covering about 10 acres an hour. And AgDrone of honey can cover 700 acres an hour, and the production of high-precision maps of 2-D and 3 D that can be used to evaluate most aspects of health crops.
Also increased drone in the sky above, watched farmers showed a nearby screen can see from the video camera drone of the fields below. Once the drone returned, they saw the pictures taken in the journey started.
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