"We are implementing decision agronomy tools to enable agronomists and seed growers to register and audit timely information impacting world agriculture."
Earlier this month, the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Volpe Center published a report discussing the use of blockchain for unmanned aircraft systems (UAS). Otherwise referred to as drones, these UAS are used for several purposes from recreational use, carrying medicines and transplant organs, to operating flamethrowers and machine guns.
But there is a use case for drones and blockchain that is on the table of agribusiness discussions. An agricultural drone is an unmanned aerial vehicle used to help optimize agriculture operations, increase crop production, and monitor crop growth. Sensors and digital imaging capabilities can give farmers a richer picture of their fields. ... Agricultural drones let farmers see their fields from the sky, and blockchain to make all generated data trustable.