Benefits of drones in precision agriculture

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Victor Yermak

For crop insurers, using drones will for comprehensive crop damage assessments after severe weather events, minimizing payouts for fraudulent claims and reducing labor costs.”,- says “FACT SHEET: Quantifying the Benefits of Drones in Precision Agriculture” from Measure32.

Our company proved on practice than insurance companies can save money and time in the process of regulation of claim with using of drones. With help of drones precision of damage detection increases by 5-10% and time of claim resolution is reduces from days to hours.

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