Drone AG raises £250,000 to develop crop-management drone app

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A fund-raising campaign has been launched to further develop an agricultural app which automates crop scouting through a drone-controlling mobile app.

Drone Ag has started a £250,000 crowdfunding appeal to enhance its sophisticated ‘Skippy Scout’ software.

Skippy Scout is designed to make farmers’ lives easier by saving time, increasing efficiency and providing accurate results.

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Drone AG has partnered with Heliguy to offer a training course to help users learn to develop their drone agricultural skills.

Jack Wrangham, founder and director of Drone AG, said: “We truly believe that Skippy Scout can bring huge improvements to efficiency in agriculture.”

Northumberland-based Drone Ag Limited is a team of farmers, agronomists, drone pilots and software engineers providing drone-training courses and easy-to-use software solutions to help make farming more efficient.

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