Survey for Producers
Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), more commonly known as 'drones', have increased in popularity in recent years with practical use for commercial applications. The BC Ministry of Agriculture, in collaboration with the Government of Canada through Growing Forward 2 federal-provincial-territorial initiative, is interested in your perspective on the use of UAVs in agriculture and how the technology is, or can be, best used by the industry.
1. Have you ever used or considered using UAVs for agricultural operations?
2. If you have used UAVs for agriculture, did you find the service provided was useful?
3. Do you think that the use of UAVs in agriculture is an effective tool for the industry?
If you answered No, what are the reasons why you feel UAVs are not an effective tool in agriculture?
4. What are your top 3 concerns when it comes to crop health on your farm?
For your top 3 concerns above, how many man-hours would you say you spend on each task every week?
5. Which of the following UAV based products for agriculture would you be interested in (check all that apply)?
Water and drought related stresses
Vegetation height mapping
Funding for this project has been provided by the Governments of Canada and British Columbia through Growing Forward 2, a federal-provincial-territorial initiative, and is being conducted by InDro Robotics and Madrone Environmental Services Ltd under the auspices of the BC Ministry of Agriculture through Research Program GSAGF2-430, with the current phase results to be reported in March 2017; and full project reporting in March 2018'
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