help to do to Bespilotniki
Sometimes it is difficult to receive an overall picture of the district from the earth. In wine growing to watch quality of a crop it is more convenient from the sky. Aerial photograph of lands is highly demanded in agriculture, even despite the expenses connected with fee piloted aviation equipment. However in the future farmers can do this work independently, using thrones. In the USA such already practises. Even old fighters alter in bespilotnik.
And 3D Robotics — the developer of control systems for small pilotless aircraft — started a vineyard of DRNK Wines in the sky over Sebastopolem (California) of a throne, writes PopSci. Its task consists in survey of the grounds set with grapes. The special software helps the device to make the detailed map of the district. Procedure takes about an hour. The card is made by pasting of a set of images in one.
Repeatedly made card of grape grounds helped the farmer to notice some important things. It appeared that at top of a hill more dark grapes that points to good moistening and high quality of the soil in comparison with the grapes growing on slopes grow. If the wine maker guessed it in advance, the fertile ground in the lower part of a hill for it became opening. The knowledge of places of fast maturing of grapes helped the farmer not to pass the moment and in time to reap the first crop.
Vineyards and UAVs: 3D Robotics aims to help farmers in California Music by Los Amparito "El Barzon Original video posted here: http://3drobotics.com/2013/10/drones-wine-how-uavs-can-help-farmers-harvest-grapes/ A team of 3D Robotics staff members goes to Kunde Family Vineyards, vineyard in Kenwood, California to test a project that could help agriculture by providing aerial images. Our team worked with Ryan Kunde, winemaker at DRNK Wines, who can use the images to spot differences in his farmland, giving him a better idea of where/when to harvest or to spot other changes in his land such as unhealthy plants. For more information on how we did this, read Brandon’s blog post here: http://diydrones.com/profiles/blogs/how-to-plan-missions-for-aerial-survey
The scope of pilotless aircraft constantly extends. NASA, for example, uses bespilotnik for studying of hurricanes, and German Deutsche Bahn is protected with their help from vandals.