The Future of Farming is Drones and Autonomous Equipment


Farming is the back bone of this country, but that doesn’t mean it’s not vulnerable to the same market trends impacting service, blue collar and white collar industries. Namely, it’s vulnerable to a shortage of people interested in pursuing the profession as a career. Can drones and autonomous equipment help combat the labor shortage and make day to day farming operations more accessible?

To get some insights into this, as well as some other trends and technologies we expect to be on display at this year’s Commercial UAV Expo, we caught up with the United States Digital Agriculture Lead at Corteva, Jeremy Groeteke.

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