Growing More with Less: Drones in Precision Agriculture

Posted December 15, 2021 | Sustainability |
Growing More with Less: Drones in Precision Agriculture
Precision agriculture is a set of farming management practices that produces higher yields through more efficient use of critical resources such as land and water, as well as lowered consumption of fossil fuels, fertilizers, and pesticides. This Advisor explores how drone technology enables these practices.
About The Author
Helen Pukszta
Helen Pukszta is a Cutter Expert and a member of Arthur D. Little's AMP open consulting network. She is also President and cofounder of Drone Arrival, a company that helps organizations leverage the transformative power of drone-based technologies (UAS — unmanned aerial systems) as the foundation for a new breed of solutions for private and public sectors alike, with the goal of improving businesses and lives. With her more than 20 years helping… Read More
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