Farmers, ranchers, forestry companies, and government organizations have tried for years to find better ways to assess, monitor, spray, plant, and manage natural resources under their care. Many traditional methods are rooted in manual processes, which have slowed improvement in this space.
Existing methods of managing agriculture and timber resources, such as surveillance by airplane or helicopter, are costly. Even then, they are only appropriate in select cases where large tracts of land ar...
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