Browsing Kansas Unmanned Systems Conference, 2013 by Subject "Agriculture"

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Browsing Kansas Unmanned Systems Conference, 2013 by Subject "Agriculture"

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    Anderson, Joel D. (Kansas State University, 2013-11-12)
    As our nation looks towards the "Grand Challenges" of the future, we see an ever present desire and need to remain competitive across a rapidly expanding landscape of traditional and non-traditional technologies. This need, ...
  • Lanning, Mark (Kansas State University, 2013-11-12)
    As the United States government moves forward to regulate commercial use of UAVs for the agricultural industry, the subsequent increased interest in UAVs by farmers and agronomists alike has created a burgeoning need for ...
  • Coopmans, Calvin; Jensen, Austin M.; McKee, Mac (Kansas State University, 2014-01-09)
    Current aerial drones are platforms for weapons or surveillance, providing actionable intelligence or targeted strikes. Although similar in many respects, the AggieAir UAS is not a drone. AggieAir is designed to ...

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