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Project Ursula at Precision Farming Event
Viewed as an alternative to satellite imagery, it captures a greater level of detail – useful for the basis of a Green Area Index for example – to allow greater adoption of precision farming principles and strategies.
Subject to ongoing trials with growers, Environment Systems consultant Mark Jarman says the system should be commercially available for 2014.
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Northrop Grumman has announced it will sponsor the 2014 Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Outback Challenge competition.
Unmanned aircraft will help researchers study a struggling Hawaiian tree species.
AN influential air power lobby group wants Australia to acquire long-range unmanned combat aircraft that can fire precision missiles against targets without risk to pilots.
The U.S. Air Force will test a hyperspectral imaging sensor developed by a Raytheon-lead contracting team for the service’s MQ-1 Predator unmanned aircraft.
Insitu introduces version 2.0 of its ICOMC2 common command and control system, enabling a single operator to control multiple unmanned aircraft systems (UAS).
For professor Benjamin Heumann, wetlands research would be a lot easier with a pair of eyes in the sky.
U.S. military experience has shown that rugged terrain and threats such as ambushes and IED can make ground-based transportation to and from the front lines a dangerous challenge.
The Federal Aviation Administration estimates that as many as 7,500 commercial unmanned aerial vehicles could be flying in national airspace within a few years
AgEngage and Penton Farm Progress will host the new Precision Aerial Ag Show, July 9 and 10 in Decatur, Ill., featuring an unmanned aerial vehicle showcase.
In a recent flight test in Australia, a Scan Eagle UAV succeeded in visually identifying an approaching Cessna aircraft, and letting its own ground-based operators know that evasive action was required.