I recently attended the Inaugural Symposium for the Plant Phenotyping and Imaging Research Centre at the University of Saskatchewan. Their objectives for this Symposium include, “consolidating research teams while enhancing cross-disciplinary collaboration, working with our International Scientific Advisory Committee, and further building relationships with industry and stakeholder groups.” I spent two days visiting with PhD’s in almost every field from agronomics to computer science to economics and there is one thing that is very clear; teamwork.
The teamwork involved in a project such as this requires experts from all departments in order to make it a success. They are each performing specific research all around the world in different environments, using different equipment all working towards a similar goal. How does this apply to Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS’)?
“Working with Draganfly has been like an R&D partner, like an extension of this grant. They are real partners.” – Steve Shirtliffe, PhD, Department of Plant Sciences
Projects are stronger working together. We are the super-professionals in this industry that spend all day talking about UAS’, regulations, applications, workflow, and best practices. If you want to develop a successful sustainable UAS program, you don’t just want to buy a UAS, you want a partner. So when you call, live-chat, or e-mail, we will provide you with information to enhance your understanding of the entire UAS ecosystem without the frustration of learning it all on your own. You have questions, Draganfly has answers.
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