In order to propose a credible alternative to intensive agriculture (a model inherited from the 1960s with disastrous environmental consequences), drone startups are developing unmanned machines
Thousands of ducks have been set loose in rice paddies in Thailand for a regular clean-up that benefits rice and duck farmers alike.
At the 2020 Farm Journal Field Days in-person event in Jessup, Iowa, attendees got an up close look at the latest technology in drones used for agricultural applications.
The Indian government has acknowledged this and the importance of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), machine learning, and artificial intelligence with their 'Digital Sky Platform' online. Drone startups in India have used this opportunity to accomplish better technological capacities.
Observing an increasingly growing demand of unmanned device applications during Australia’s winter cropping season best seen in decades, XAG is on track to deploy drones to help farmers take the pressure off chemical use and preserve water.