Join us for the seventh in our series of yearlong webinars.
In this webinar, you
will learn how your colleagues are using Unmanned Aircraft Systems for
agricultural research with implications for on farm applications.
Using Unmanned Aircraft for Insect and Disease Management:
Dr. Ian MacRae of The University of Minnesota, Crookston will report on using remote sensing mounted on
Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS or drones) to determine the within-field distribution
of insects and plant disease in various agricultural cropping systems.
Watch Unmanned Aircraft for Insect and Disease Management on the LearnUASAg YouTube Channel https://youtu.be/A1QrXpBiLhg
Unmanned Aircraft Flight Performance for Agricultural
Dr. Wayne Woldt of the University of Nebraska, Lincoln and UAS in Ag Learning Network Project Lead will then provide a summary of fixed wing UAS performance measures for predefined flight paths, indicated air speed (IAS), and altitude (MSL).
Watch Unmanned Aircraft Flight Performance for Agricultural Missions on the LearnUASAg YouTube Channel https://youtu.be/TWcVRFVeuSw
The webinar will wrap up with the latest FAA Updates.
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Ian MacRae, Wayne Woldt
Created by Susan Buffler