A Cambridgeshire-based unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) specialist is launching an agricultural multi-rotor drone tailor-made for crop monitoring this autumn. The drone market has been dominated by large international companies such as DJI, with its quadcopter Phantom 4 Pro a popular out-of-the-box option that has proven to be pretty easy to use. Such machines are useful for crop scouting and taking photos or video footage of the combine at harvest, but they also have their limitations. See also: A grower’s guide […]