Local farm service brings drone use to area


Eric Lagatta BAKERSVILLE – Crop consultants at TMK Bakersville know farmers can try to use planes over their fields or walk through them to find problems, but they think the most efficient method is remotely controlled. Technology that was once associated…

Neodosha company builds drones for agriculture


NEODESHA – A company in Neodesha is building drones that its owner believes could someday help farmers watch over their fields without spending hours walking or driving through their property. The company, called AgEagle, has shipped 125 unmanned aircraft systems…

senseFly brings UAV insight to AgGateway

eBee Ag Launch

Cheseaux-Lausanne, Switzerland, September 29, 2014 –Swissmini drone producer, senseFly, has become the first UAV manufacturer to join AgGateway. Swissmini drone producer senseFly has joined AgGateway, becoming the first UAV manufacturer to join this non-profit consortium of businesses that serve the… Takes Flight At Agriculture Expo


(CUMMING, GA)—, the newly launched professional division of, impressed crowds with their display and demonstrations at the recent Delta AgTech Symposium. Hundreds of attendees joined the FAA’s Jim Wilson, the AMA’s Rich Hansen, and the UAV Experts team…

Unmanned aerial vehicles prove useful in agriculture


By Corey Moffet Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation Unmanned aerial vehicles, more commonly referred to as drones in a majority of media outlets, have played an important role in U.S. military operations. These sophisticated flying machines have proven their utility in…

How flying robots can increase your yields?


Tomasz Maik, CEO of Trigger Composites, manufacturer of Pteryx UAV Recent years brought a dynamic development of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, commonly called drones. Everyday press races in descriptions of newly appearing, not only military, applications of these appliances. This year…