If you were to look into the future of aerial insect pest control, you would find that by using a robotic system that is aerial, Ag Drone systems could become the norm. These UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) would locate where the pests are and then autonomously go and attack them with a net or homing device. This method of aerial insect control has the potential to save farmers a tremendous amount of time and money as they would not need to spend all their time inside the fields trying to eradicate these pests. With this type of system, the human factor would become irrelevant. This would be an extremely welcome change when you consider the modern day farming world.
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Another advancement we might see with UAVs (Urgent Air Vehicle) in the future is the Dji (DIY) or Domestic Industrialization Labelled System. This system is currently being tested in China and United Kingdom. Dji uses radio frequency identification tags to track the location of machines, people and other items and the system will use the serial number to track the item based on proximity. This system would allow industrial plants to tag and control the items that they own preventing against dangerous misuse.
The potential applications for the Dji UAV are not only confined to tracking plant health but also to helping operators identify broken or loose items within a factory. This would allow for less loss of production and therefore higher profits for the company. As the world moves further into the digital age, the importance of doing research and staying ahead of the game becomes increasingly important. The future for UAVs is clearly in multispectral or unmanned aerial vehicle (unmanned aerial vehicle) applications and with the right software it is possible that UAVs could be used for everything from monitoring our homes to monitoring the security within a large complex.