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Deveron UAS Corp. (CSE: DVR) (“Deveron” or the “Company”) is a Transport Canada compliant enterprise drone data company that specializes in providing imagery services to the agriculture industry. The Company has captured significant market share since conducting its first flight in 2015.

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Forbes-Why Precision Agriculture Will Change How Food Is Produced

  Jennifer Kite-Powell of Forbes.com recently highlighted precision agriculture in her article, “Why Precision Agriculture Will Change How Food Is Produced”. Drones took the spotlight as a maturing technology, especially as developments continue in enabling operators to safely fly their equipment Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS). Some of the highlights of the article include:…

Canopy sensors improve prediction of corn N requirement

By Jacob Nederend Full story here: http://www.precisionag.umn.edu/canopy-sensing-nitrogen-management-corn?platform=hootsuite. All figures are the property of the University of Minnesota. A study conducted by the University of Minnesota’s Precision Agriculture Center during the 2014 and 2015 growing seasons provides evidence to support the use of multispectral sensors for corn nitrogen management. PhD student Gabriel Dias Paiao provided an in-depth…

Deveron catching the attention of The Globe and Mail

In his recent piece for The Globe and Mail, Big Data and AI are poised to transform Canada’s natural-resources sector, Tyler Hamilton highlighted Deveron’s case study on machine learning. Done in conjunction with Raptor Maps, we were able to provide a geospatial yield estimate for a pumpkin farmer. Hamilton notes: It wouldn’t be possible, really, without the…

High-throughput research: Maximizing ‘n’ use efficiency

My first job in university was as a research intern for a major agribusiness. I quickly developed a passion for science under the guidance of the field biologist leading our team of four, and it was a significant influence on my decision to pursue my MSc. The overarching aim of my thesis research was to investigate how…

Reflections from SWAC 2018: How can we reduce uncertainty in precision ag.?

The 2018 Southwest Ag Conference wrapped up on January 4th and was as educational as always for its 25th anniversary. This year, there was a major focus on precision agriculture and how farmers can use technology to support their decisions. Three presentations in particular tackled the questions many of us have regarding site specific management. At the fore of…