25 September, 14:00-15:00 (CET)
Special Webinar Series
Inclusive and Sustainable Industrial Development In the Age of the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) (commonly referred to as drones) have become increasingly relevant for agriculture. Drones can collect useful spatial data to carry out more accurate yield projections, improve production and identify crop diseases, pests, and weeds. They can also be programmed to spray precise doses of pesticides and herbicides, without compacting the soil and in areas difficult to reach, like steep slopes. This webinar examines the potential and limitations of drones in the agriculture and forestry sectors, particularly within the context of developing countries.
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