Drones | UAVs July 15, 2019
Barbara Horvatic is a Marketing and Content Specialist for Pix4D Agriculture. She has a Master’s degree in GIS for development and environment with a focus on remote sensing from Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts, U.S. Email her at [email protected]. To find out more about Pix4D Agriculture, follow them on @Pix4D_AG or visit them at pix4d.com/agriculture.
Drones | UAVs December 17, 2018
By Barbara Horvatic|December 17, 2018
To have a better understanding of the climate change impacts, we often need to access remote and inaccessible areas. Whether it’s scouting, mapping, spraying, or data collecting, drones are proving to be a vital tool in assessing and mitigating...
Drones | UAVs October 15, 2018
By Barbara Horvatic|October 15, 2018
Prunes are European plums with a high sugar content that allows them to dry without fermenting around the pit and are almost all marketed dried, as prunes or dried plums. California produces 96% of the prunes grown in the...
Drones | UAVs April 12, 2018
When High Value Crops Meet Inaccessible Areas: How Drones and Multispectral Imagery are Giving Farmers an Edge
By Barbara Horvatic|April 12, 2018
Avocados are one of the few crops in Chile that can economically be commercially cultivated on hills. On one hand hills don’t contain pests or diseases that require frequent control measures, on the other hand however, maintenance and harvesting...
Market Watch February 13, 2018
By Barbara Horvatic|February 13, 2018
The advancement of machine learning applications for agriculture has come at the right time to offer a different approach comparatively to the traditional ways for disease detection. Photo credit: Pexels With the development of agricultural technologies,...