Imaging Moves to New Heights
News Nov 19, 2015
‘Eye in the sky’ technology is becoming more affordable, but what is the most useful type of imaging and is it best to work with an experienced contractor or invest in your own technology? These are the issues to be discussed at the next meeting of the Agri-Tech East RemSens Special Interest Group.
The meeting ‘Sensing in the Air’ is being held by the Agri-Tech East Remote Sensing and Monitoring Special Interest Group at Centrum, Norwich Research Park, Norfolk, NR4 7UG from 9.30am on the 1st December, 2015.
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