The Oregon UAS FutureFarm will host the first Ag Drone Rodeo in Пендлтон, Oregon on August 18 -19, where leading technological companies will demonstrate unmanned aircraft systems, featuring advanced crop sensors and precision spot spraying technologies at a local potato farm.
The two days will feature real-world Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) crop survey flight demos and post-flight data analysis presentations from leading companies in digital agriculture.
Orchard growers, vineyard growers, as well as irrigated and dryland crop farmers will be able to see what the latest UAS technology can do for their farms, especially when combined with satellite and ground sensors. Agriculture UAS will connect with other data points such as soil sensors and imaging satellites, giving growers accurate and even predictive crop information. This multi-layer sensing technology has never before been showcased.
On Day One, leading companies like MicaSense, ATI, Yamaha, Digital Harvest, SenseFly, HoneyComb and RDO will demonstrate unmanned aircraft systems featuring advanced crop sensors and precision spot spraying technologies at a local potato farm. Day Two will be held at the Oregon Army National Guard Armory at the Pendleton Airport, to review and interpret the data collected.
With the new simplified FAA rules for commercial use of UAS, it is now much easier for growers, agronomists, and crop scouts to start using unmanned aerial systems in the fields.