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An international master’s student at the Strathclyde University in Glasgow is writing a final project about using drones (or UAVs – unmanned aerial vehicles) in arable land to scan crops and detect issues (insects, soil issues, crop issues, areas for more accurate fertilizing, etc), with a view to help farmers to reduce costs and increase productivity and profit.
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