While many people are embracing drones for sport and for video, agriculture is fast becoming one of the most important uses for drones. Monitoring crops, delivering specific chemicals and mapping fields are all things that drones do much more efficiently and quickly than traditional methods. The big shift is happening in the kind of drones that are being deployed for these types of tasks. Even though fixed wing drones are more efficient in flight, with longer flight times, multi rotors are becoming the standard for agricultural work. The biggest reasons are the quick takeoff and landing as well as the maneuverability that multi rotors offer. For more, check out this article on TechCrunch.
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