Guide: The drone flies over the farm at low altitudes and photographs the sunlight absorption of plants through nearby infrared rays and displays their photosynthesis. Based on these data, farmers can improve the use of their water and waste, or combine other means to confirm the current growth of their crops. situation.
Science and technology have long been condemned as the culprit of “killing small farmers.” In many ways, this is not appropriate, such as the rapid development of technology and chemistry, making agricultural production easier. When agriculture and technology are combined, they also create incredible unique advantages, such as 3D printed drones, 3D printed locust robots, and so on.
Nevarez, a 22-year-old girl from Mexico, developed a drone using 3D printing technology. The unique feature of this drone is that it helps farmers monitor the growth of their crops from the air. But its price is very expensive. Later, Nevarez worked hard to design a more economical drone crop monitoring system that uses off-the-shelf electronics, 3D printed structures, enclosures, and open source software.
The drone flies over the farm at low altitudes and photographs the sun's absorption of plants through nearby infrared rays and displays their photosynthesis. Based on this data, farmers can improve their use of water and waste, or otherwise confirm their current crops. Growth status. The drone system developed by Nevarez not only helps her family, but also improves the lives of thousands of farmers around the world.
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