"Mr. Anderson, in contrast, said that later this year, his company would introduce a helicopter for agricultural surveillance that would sell for less than $1,000. “That’s not per hour, that’s for the helicopter,” he said."Sounds to me like aerial photography is going to see a paradigm change.
Monday, March 18, 2013
FSA and Drones
Here's a NYtimes blog post on the proliferation of drones in civilian life. We already have a college offering a bachelor's degree in them. One of the uses people imagine for them is agriculture. And there's this from an article in the print Times on the same subject.