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Redesigning Agriculture: Cereals

Redesigning Agriculture: Cereals

Cereal cultivation and its current situation If there is one thing that has characterised cereal crop production during the past 2017, this has undoubtedly been the drought problems suffered by most of the fields devoted to its cultivation. One of the consequences of this problem was the slight fall in the price of cereals, which…

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HEMAV, Agricultura de Precisión 2017

HEMAV, Agricultura de Precisión 2017

Summary of 2017 in Precision Agriculture For HEMAV Precision Agriculture, 2017 has been the year of progress and innovation in our services with drones focusing on new technologies and agricultural production. Over the past 12 months, we have been able to take a step forward and provide our customers with a solid base from which to…

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HEMAV, drone-based inspection and maintenance of photovoltaic plants

DRONE TECHNOLOGY APPLIED TO PHOTOVOLTAIC PLANTS Drone technology has grown steadily in recent years in the field of solar plant maintenance and inspection, thanks to its capacity for integrating thermal cameras into UAV platforms to analyze in detail the infrared radiation emitted by a surface. Drawing on its experience in this field, HEMAV has succeeded…

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HEMAV, drone inspection and maintenance of wind turbines

WHAT IS HEMAV? – DRONE TECHNOLOGY APPLIED TO THE WIND ENERGY SECTOR HEMAV is a service company specialising in performing inspections for the power sector, covering generation, transmission and distribution activities. The company benefits from a multidisciplinary team of engineers qualified to process data and images, as well as their capture through the use of…

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Prototype "flying jellyfish" in the air

What could be better than a vehicle inspired in jellyfish, which swims under the water? Well, what would you think about one that flies? A group of scientist at the New York University (NYU) has created this gadget that could have far-reaching implications for these small flying robots. Normally, the flapping-wing MAVs (Micro Aerial Vehicles) need…

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Drones for Agriculture at the University of Michigan

Researchers at the Michigan State University (MSU) are using the first unmanned aerial vehicle to help farmers maximise agricultural yields by improving nitrogen and water management, thus reducing the environmental impact caused by nitrate leaching or nitrous oxide emissions. To implement this initiative, the UAV of the MSU measures  how crops react to the stress…

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Learn about Hemav’s early days in Cugat TV

Report by Cugat TV: In this report we’ll get to know all  about HEMAV, a company that offers UAV-based services for civil uses.   Report produced by Cugat TV on the 4th April 2013 following a day of work of HEMAV’s team. Back then, the company was starting to impose its intentions, still at an…

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APMAV

HEMAV, a technology-based SME leader in civil services with UAV, is developing Layers under the project APMAV, the tool that will ensure the entrance of the European agriculture in the digital era and the 4.0 Industry. It consists in a full stack approach, leveraging several technology developments including deep learning frameworks, advancement in computer vision,…

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AGROLAYERS

Agrolayers is an innovation project aimed at integrating remote sensing to information technologies to offer a cost-efficient platform with advanced crop planning, control and monitoring functionalities, based on sustainability. This decision support system takes all agricultural factors and actions into account: growth, senescence, status, water and soil management, nitrogen content, disease incidence on a variety…

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How the FAA is determining future drone regulations This is what happens when a drone hits a plane. http://cnn.it/28SKH7J Geplaatst door CNN op dinsdag 21 juni 2016

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