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I am a former U.S. Marine. I got into flying drones as a hobby, but as more and more people started asking me to do things for compensation, I decided to get my Drone Operators License. I love it!
Excellent pilot! Great communication and genuinely felt like he wanted to do the best job for me and my project! Provided updates with weather conditions and had a quick turnaround based on my desired timeline! Highly recommend!
Jose was easy to work with, delivered on-time and went above and beyond to make sure he met our needs and then some. He is willing to travel and provides excellent quality results. We would highly recommend him for your professional drone service needs in Nevada. Thanks Jose for your great work!
This pilot over delivered!! We literally can't ask for more, she has been very thorough with her work and is very keen to details. We're very impressed with the quality of her work!! Definitely worth it!
The modern agricultural industry is increasingly turning to drones to help generate productivity gains in food production to meet the demands of the exploding population worldwide. A drone agriculture pilot can operate a small unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) over hundreds of acres and receive detailed images of the crop on a computer. The Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International, a trade group, states that drone agriculture services could account for 80% of all commercial drone use as the technology matures and more and more farmers see the benefits of drone services for agriculture.
Accurate “AgriData” is the Farmer’s Friend
Modern agriculture services can now provide accurate data by the use of drone technology. Essential information can be provided to the farmer, enabling him to harvest crops at exactly the right time to give the maximum yield. Operated by a UAV agriculture pilot, the videographer can provide a high-resolution data picture of a farmer’s fields helping him to decide what, where, and when to plant. By use of video drone agriculture, instead of spraying an entire field, fertilizers and pesticides can be targeted precisely where they are most needed. This saves the farmer money and is better for the environment. In the future, more and more drones will be utilized actually to do the spraying. Drone agriculture photos and aerial agriculture is here to stay.
Drone Agriculture Saves the Farmer Valuable Time
Drones can cover more ground in more time than the farmer. In a matter of minutes, the drone agriculture photographer can gather as much information as a farmer spending several hours walking, and even then the human eye might miss something. Drones can monitor livestock, even identifying sick animals from the air, thus ensuring prompt treatment. They can also watch feeding and water troughs and even take part in herding.
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We will find the perfect, fully licensed, legal drone pilot for your farm. All of our agricultural drone photographers have their FAA 333 exemption and are ready to go to work on your land.