Written by Ednah Karamagi, BROSDI
Technology in agriculture continues to advance, with farming communities keen to get the best results from their land. One of the latest advancements is Small Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (SUAVs), also referred to as drones. Wikipedia describes them as aircrafts without a pilot aboard; controlled either autonomously by onboard computers or by the remote control on the ground or in another vehicle. Although drones have been around for a while, using this technology to improve food production is a recent development.