Drones in the wider rural environment
With presentations, workshops, demonstrations and networking opportunities, you can learn about the benefits of drone technology from the professionals from the National Centre for Precision Farming Unmanned Aerial Systems Special Interest Group.
Presentations feature sheep hefting with drones, plant and livestock counting, the challenges of flying over amenity areas, lowland rescue and understanding if investing in tech will make you money. Find out about a new app developed that scouts fields for you, in less time and in more detail.
This year's Drones for Farming Conference is on Tuesday 9 April 2019 at Harper Adams University - General admission £99, student admission £20, includes, breakfast, lunch and refreshments throughout the day.