AgEagle in Neodesha offers a light unmanned aircraft to farmers to inspect their crops. Data it collects is then sent to a smartphone or tablet.
AgEagle in Neodesha offers a light unmanned aircraft to farmers to inspect their crops. Data it collects is then sent to a smartphone or tablet. "Terry Peck" Courtesy
AgEagle in Neodesha offers a light unmanned aircraft to farmers to inspect their crops. Data it collects is then sent to a smartphone or tablet. "Terry Peck" Courtesy

Unmanned aircraft awaiting FAA approval as a farm tool

November 02, 2014 07:17 AM