The global agriculture drone market is expected to grow annually by 29.3% and reach a market value of $ 34 billion by 2030. Agriculture drones are used to help farmers collect, process, analyze, and get insights from data collected. From irrigation soil and crop monitoring, to bird control, planting and pesticide spraying, field mapping and even herding Drones in agriculture have many advantages, including the efficient use of seeds, fertilizer and water. There is a growing demand for precision farming equipment while the market growth is being hampered by new rules surrounding the use of drones due to data and video privacy concerns.
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