Sweep Net in the Sky: Team Designs Drone for Insect Scouting

Unmanned aerial vehicles are finding a variety of applications in agriculture, and a team at the University of Idaho has developed an open-source drone design—dubbed the "iDrone Bee"—that can successfully sample insects in a field. (Photo originally published in Ryu et al 2022, Journal of Insect Science)

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Unmanned aerial vehicles are finding a variety of applications in agriculture, and a team at the University of Idaho has developed an open-source drone…

Source: Entomology Today

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