SLANTRANGE will speak on the use of unmanned aerial vehicles and airborne remote sensing technologies for agronomy and crop scouting applications at NICCA’s Annual Meeting in Lincoln, Nebraska on Thursday, December 11 from 9:30 – 10:00. Our team includes experts from the fields of airborne remote sensing for military, intelligence, and earth science applications as well as corn and soybean scouting and agronomy. Our talk will cover how these technologies can be applied to crop scouting to provide real benefits to the farmer.
Come visit our booth at the Nebraska Power Farming Show in Lincoln, Nebraska between December 9-11. SLANTRANGE representatives will be available, together with our Nebraska-based service and distribution partner Agricultural Data & Drones, to discuss drone and remote sensing technologies for precision agriculture and scouting applications. Integrated fixed wing and multicopter flight systems will be on display with SLANTRANGE’s multispectral crop sensor system. Flight systems and data layer packages are available for the 2015 season.