Who could resist adding a UAS story from a newspaper named the Salmon Arm Observer.
Martha Wickett talks to CropCam owner Scott Mc Tavish.
Scott McTavish had been working for a forestry company in town when he saw an ad in a forestry magazine for a UAV – or unmanned aerial vehicle. The advertisement was looking for a UAV to take photos of crops.
With a background in Geographic Information Systems (GIS), the mapping technology with many common uses these days including vehicle navigation and recreational geo-caching, McTavish could see a lot of possible applications.