Drones have in the meantime found their way into agriculture too. Aerial information related to time and place can be collected as required and allow fast interpretation of large data volumes. With the aid of drones for civilian use, it is possible to minimize the factor input by improving precision and targeted management of agriculturally usable land, which is both gentle on the environment and cost-efficient.
- But what are the individual elements of UAS (Unmanned Aircraft Systems)?
- What are the pros and cons of fixed-wing and copter types?
- What fields of application exist for drones in agriculture?
- And what are the legal frameworks for this?
Learn more about all this at our Information Center “Knowledge comes from above – Drones and remote sensing systems in agriculture”.
There will be live flight demonstrations with commentaries on each day of the event.