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Drones Feel the Need for (Data) Speed


One case to use drones on the farm is that they’re a relatively speedy scouting tool – send them up, look at a couple hundred acres of crops and make management decisions based on what you see. But some early adopters of the technology have found their progress grind to a near-halt when it comes to processing any images collected during the flight – sometimes taking a few hours to stitch together.

This “data bottleneck” has caused some new faces in the agriculture industry to look for solutions to this particular problem.

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