UF researcher develops precision agriculture software, Agroview”

Ampatzidis, UF assistant professor of agricultural and biological engineering at IFAS, and his team at the Southwest Florida Research and Education Center developed Agroview to use photos taken on drones to help farmers protect their harvests.

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