SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 06, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — As farming becomes increasingly centralized; the need for precise agricultural data grows. Streetwise Reports spoke with Rick Mills, founder of Ahead of the Herd, and Fabrice Taylor, publisher of President’s Club, on the fusion of drone-supplied data and data analytics.
Included in this article is: Deveron UAS Ltd.
Deveron UAS Ltd. (CSE:DVR) announced in November a partnership with The Climate Corporation, a subsidiary of Monsanto Company (NYSE:MON), that will combine Deveron’s drone-provided aerial imagery data with The Climate Corporation’s Climate FieldView digital analytics agriculture platform.
According to the companies, “The addition of Deveron supports Climate’s commitment to deliver a true digital ag ecosystem where farmers can access a broad, interconnected set of tools, services and data to optimize all of their farm management decisions.”
The Climate Corporation’s Climate FieldView platform aligns closely with our mission of delivering farmers a simple data collection solution, coupled with advanced analytics, to help farmers more precisely monitor their crops,” said David MacMillan, president and chief executive officer for Deveron.
Streetwise Reports recently spoke with Rick Mills, founder of Ahead of the Herd newsletter, who is also a farmer in Canada, about the use of drones in agriculture. “Farming is all about the cost of inputs versus what you get when you sell the outputs,” Mills explained. “What you put into the farm and what you get back out determine your profit. The drones actually save you enormously on inputs. . .”
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