Using drones, they're able to get a bird's eye view and can gather precise data on hundreds, if not thousands, of acres in a day. Capturing field conditions at a single point in time is useful, but farmers gain greater insight by tracking trends over a given periods.

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Among all the technological developments made in the field of smart farming, agricultural drones seem to be the best. They are small in size, have multispectral imaging sensors and are available at affordable costs. The technology is said to have promising market growth in various areas of the world.

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