Drone technology has fantastic capabilities for utilization within the farming industry, which the new Parrot Sequoia crop monitoring sensor looks to help revolutionize. Rather than being a separate device, the Parrot Sequoia is designed to be retrofitted onto existing drones to help make modern farming even more efficient.
Food production is being focused on more intently than in years past with concerns over food scarcity rising. As such, the Parrot Sequoia would allow farmers to instantly spot problems in crops to correct them faster and cut down on the potential lose that could be produced.
Set to be launched in March 2016, the Parrot Sequoia crop monitoring sensor is an innovative device that could help to make small and large-scale farming even more precise.
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