Self-flying drones that monitor greenhouse diseases and pests

We have teamed up with Royal Brinkman and start-up Mapture to develop AI and drone technology for greenhouse monitoring. These lightweight drones are able to take off, navigate without GPS, collect critical data, and land in a box fully autonomously. Through the data collected, greenhouses could monitor the health and growth of plants, and detect diseases and pests at a very early stage to contain potential waste. This innovation of drone technology contributes to a sustainable future of precision agriculture.

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