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Numerous factors will impact the economics and logistics of how drones are used in 2016 and beyond, and many of those are explored in this new and free report.

Numerous factors will impact the economics and logistics of how drones are used in 2016 and beyond, and many of those are explored in this new and free report.

The Commercial UAV Expo published a free report, UAVs in Precision Agriculture, which describes how drone/UAS/UAV technology is reshaping how farmers and growers perform crop scouting, nutrient management, field mapping, drainage assessment and more. The report also looks at the potential impact of new Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulations, the latest in UAS sensor technology, and some of the best ways to start working with UASs in a rapid timeframe. Download the free report here.  

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