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A comprehensive review of the literature shows that at the current stage of technological development and modernity, unmanned aerial vehicles should be considered as a reliable tool for rapid monitoring of soils and crops in the fields and fields of small farms. Currently, the spectral resolution of a remote camera allows photos to be obtained that can be matched to those taken by satellites. Today, pictures of unmanned drones are used to assess any object under study visually. Therefore, the practice of using digital photos of unmanned aerial vehicles and their computer analysis to create digital models of field relief, control soil solubility and operational assessment of the condition of agricultural crops is relevant for our country. Compared to other images, drone data has several advantages over aerial photography. The main limitations of using data obtained by drones are the insufficient scope of research and the difficulty of organizing monitoring to control large areas.
This article provides feedback on the implementation of innovative approaches to the widespread use of drones in agriculture, based on international experience and creative ideas.
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