The past few years have seen increases in drone use — from recreational flying, consumer deliveries, military transport and even agriculture.
“The way we see a drone is more like a flying tractor. And tractors have several uses. And they're well known and you buy a tractor that can take care of what it needs to do in your farm,” said Cal Coopmans, a Utah State University professor who runs the AggieAir lab.
Last week, the lab demonstrated its newest aircraft — GreatBlue.
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