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The number of civilian applications for UAVs continues to amaze us!


The number of civilian applications for UAVs continues to amaze us! This week we're talking Livestock. Hear it straight from PrecisionHawk COO Patrick Lohman as he dives into applications for the animal kingdom.

“Some of the primary applications are being able to monitor where the livestock are on open range, using a thermal sensor you can detect the temperature of animals and DNRs (departments of natural resources) can use it to identify sick wild animals as well. For livestock insurance, it’s a good way to document what’s happening.” - Patrick Lohman

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  1. I also use them quite often in my rural real estate appraisal business.

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