Drones are seemingly everywhere. They fire our imagination and spark our love of technology. Lots of people seem to want one, but few of us know much about them or what they can and cannot do.
In a relatively unexplored but nonetheless expanding commercial market for unmanned aircraft systems, or UAS’s – drones to most of us, research indicates that agriculture could eventually account for 70% of their business use, according to University of Nebraska-Lincoln agricultural engineer Wayne Woldt.
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