senseFly goes back to school to bolster agriculture research

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senseFly, an industry-leading provider of professional drone solutions, has announced it is to deliver an educational platform designed to improve agricultural research outcomes and efficiency.

The company is running its third series of webinars on March 20 to bring together industry experts for discussions about drone applications for precision agriculture.

During this live online event, experts from the National University of Rosario, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and U.A.S Jena will discuss how they use drone technology for agricultural research, while sharing best practice based on their extensive experience.

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“Since the first webinar in our Ag Drone Insights series back in January 2017, we’ve seen more and more agricultural professionals successfully use drone technology to gain deeper insights and increase efficiency,” said Jean-Christophe Zufferey, senseFly co-founder and CEO.

“This educational session will be a platform for sharing knowledge and engaging current and future researchers, agronomists and growers.”

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