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The UK Government has launched a pilot programme to install drone cameras in all of its rural areas to help the Government’s agribusiness drones deliver food to the people who rely on it.
The programme, which was launched with a public consultation, aims to help farmers in the countryside get more out of their drones, according to a government statement.
The Government said the cameras would allow them to monitor soil conditions, crop rotation, water levels, crop height and other data.
It would also allow farmers to see how the drones have changed over time.
Farmers are already able to film their crops on the ground using cameras installed by the UK’s Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.
But it was hoped that the pilot programme would help improve the quality of the data.
“We want farmers to be able to see where the drones are flying and they are flying well, which is why we have set out to improve their accuracy,” said Peter Whitehead, Chief Executive of the Rural and Rural Economic Development Agency.
The Government is committed to providing farmers with the best technology available to help them achieve the best outcomes for their agricultural production.”