by Tyne Morgan, Ag Day TV National Reporter
Eyes in the sky. Already unmanned aerial systems are catching on, and gaining momentum in agriculture.
“Think of it as a cell phone, think of it as a personal computer, where it started off small, early adopters, then the technology advanced and it became more user-friendly,” says Tom Nichol, Business Development Lead for AgEagle, a Kansas based business building agricultural drones.
Today, the founders are breaking ground in new aerial technology.