UTW: Drones and big data to help farmers get the most out of their land


Analytics startup UTW also harvests real-time farming information using satellites and sensors, to offer crop yield predictions

It was never his intention to enter the “already very crowded marketplace of drones as a manufacturer,” Julio Díaz Hernández, CEO of Unmanned Technology Services (UTW), said.
But the UTW team came up with a "unique technology" to derive predictive data from a fusion of information obtained from drones, satellite images and sensors, he told CompassList at Malaga's recent Smart Agrifood Summit.
“We spent years in research and know how much added value can be obtained from the information collected by satellites, drones and sensors. The question is how to translate and interpret all that in...

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