National eXtension Conference, 2016

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Unmanned aircraft are viewed as a ‘disruptive technology’ that have the potential to revolutionize agricultural production and make meaningful contributions to food systems security and sustainability, amidst a variety of anthropogenic, biotic, and climatic threats and challenges. The fundamental premise is that unmanned aircraft (UA) will provide an unparalleled opportunity to place sensor networks across agricultural settings, on a near real-time basis, to support dynamic management of complex production systems.

UAS Team poses for a picture in front of the Hyatt Riverwalk Hotel in San Antonio, TX

UAS in Agriculture Learning Network Leadership Team meets face to face at the National eXtension Conference in San Antonio, March 22-25, 2016.  L-R Wayne Woldt, Dennis Hinkamp, Victor Villegas, Dharmendra Saraswat, Jim Robbins, Susan Buffler

 

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