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Change to FAA Regulation Allows 1 Operator to Fly 3 Sprayer Drones

FFA regulation exemption for U.S.-based drone maker allows 1 person to operate 3 drones in a swarm, a 3-fold increase in productivity

The FAA recently granted Texas-based drone manufacturer Hylio a regulatory exemption that allows 1 operator to simultaneously pilot 3 heavy-lift drones instead of requiring an operator and observer per 1 drone over 55 pounds. 


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Technology Corner

Clarity & Challenges with New Drone Regulation

While momentum for unmanned aerial vehicle adoption in agriculture has somewhat slowed during the downturn in the market, there is still buzz and optimism surrounding the technology as a valuable tool.
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On The Record

Why DOJ Put Brakes on Deere-Precision Planting Deal

In today’s newscast we dig into the Dept. of Justice’s antitrust lawsuit against Deere and Precision Planting, an update on U.S.-made ag equipment exports, Case IH and New Holland’s venture into autonomous tractors introduced at the Farm Progress Show and new regulations for drone operation.
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On The Record

Might We See an 'Uptick' in Ag Machinery Sales?

In the latest episode we discuss how the latest WASDE report offers an uptick in the ag machinery sales outlook, CEMA’s latest Business Barometer reading and what it says about the state of the industry, the Federal Aviation Administration’s new ruling on UAVs and finally the results of the Agri Media Council’s 2016 Media Channel Study.
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