Drones for Farming Conference 2017 Thursday 9 November 2017 at Harper Adams University


Breakfast is at 08.30 and conference registration begins at 09.30 with the conference finishing at 16.30.
New for 2017 is farm property and roof surveying, on-farm case studies, software solutions, drone hardware, sensor technology, end-to-end data capture and handling, safety and regulations.
Learn about exciting research on dynamic land management, combining drones and aerial agronomy with ground-based rovers.

Take the opportunity to talk drone technology with professionals from the Harper Adams University UAS Special Interest Group offering solutions to your challenges.
See how the latest drone technology can benefit your business.

Guest speaker line-up

Matteo Triacca – SenseFly
Drone technology and innovation in agriculture – a bright future.

Matt Williams – Aerial Motion Pictures
CAA Drone Regulations and Collision Effects

Kieran Walsh – Hutchinsons
Agronomist of the future – Agronomist from the Hands Free Hectare Project

Natalie Wood & Mike Stoker – Yara
Utilising drones in nutritional trials and orchards

Dr Ivan Grove – Harper Adams University
Perspectives on UAV use in crop management

Jim Wilson – Soil Essentials
Can low cost, consumer UAV’s map useful agronomic characteristics ?

Duncan Armstrong – Kestrel Cam
Drones for farm building inspection

Hugh & Jack Wrangham – DroneAg
Precision farming – Can drone technology bridge the gap?

Will Wells and Andreas Kater – Hummingbird Technologies
Drones 2.0: Machine Learning and the Future of Farming
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