The new regulations will make it easier for American farmers to use drones to check fields for disease, spray fertilizer, or watch over livestock.
Currently, farmers can use precision ag to construct 2-D images or even 3-D reconstructions of their fields. But a collaborative research project from three Georgia institutions wants to take monitoring abilities into the fourth dimension. Read moreRead More »
MIT engineers have used nanotechnology to create nanobionic plants that can sense anything from nerve gas to chemicals used in explosives in ground water. They can then signal users wirelessly with a warning. Read moreRead More »