Introducing Crop-Dusting Drones to Aerial Applicators

by MAC



Hundreds of people attended this year’s N.A.A.A Ag Aviation Expo in Orlando to network, learn about agriculture aviation (planes, helicopters and drones) and have some fun. Aerial Influence was on hand to explore how drones are working hand in hand with traditional aviation.

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Drone Strike LLC. February 22, 2020 - 8:01 pm

Do you have the 137 certification? Because it's a bit more than just a waiver.

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jcims February 22, 2020 - 8:01 pm

Looks like an awesome time! I wonder if they could put a dye in the spray that would show well in the multispectral camera so you could use the drone to monitor coverage.

We have a guy that flies a turboprop sprayer around here that is always fun to watch.

Anyway thanks for the share!

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