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Botlink's latest update allows you to share your missions, flight data, measurements, and annotations with clients and colleagues in just a few simple steps.

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What’s the difference between a Drone, UAV, and UAS?

Everyone has heard the term “drone.” It’s becoming an increasingly popular way to refer to the small (usually) helicopter-like devices that are being flown by millions of people around the globe. However, there’s a host of other terms used to describe them, which can make things a bit confusing. It does seem a bit strange to have the word “drone” used to not only cover a $30 hobby aircraft that a child can fly, but to also describe a high-tech $10 million weapon used on a battlefield. Those devices don't exactly serve the same purpose. So why don't they have different names? Okay, so for starters, basically every UAV is a drone...but not every drone is a UAV. Still confused? Completely understandable! Before we dig in further, it’s worth noting that with drones becoming increasingly popular, it’s likely some of these definitions will change in the future when the FAA eventually settles on more specific terms. This isn't a bad thing, as drone is so all-encompassing at the moment that it's hard for people in various industries to agree on anything. But for now, here’s a brief explanation of the different phrases you’ve likely heard to help you understand what each one means and what the difference (if any) there is between them:

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Know the Rules: Drone Regulations and Frequently Asked Questions

Do you need a pilot license to fly? Do you need to register your drone? Answers to common questions regarding FAA rules and regulations.

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The 3 Main Categories of Drones and Their Advantages & Disadvantages

Uncover the 3 main types of UAVs, their advantages and disadvantages, and the uses of each type.

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Botlink integrates with agX to explore new opportunities for drones in agriculture

Improved workflows for agronomists ensure more growers experience drone benefits.

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From the clouds to the cloud – Botlink & Egnyte Integration

Drones. You might think of them only used for military purposes or hobbyists capturing aerial videos over their favorite campsites, but drones have been revolutionizing a variety of industries with their numerous commercial applications.

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How Do I Make Money With My Drone?

It seems everyone has their own side-hustle these days. Many people sign up for ridesharing services, others walk dogs in their free time, some rent out their homes to strangers. But you? You’ve got a drone. You have the best kind of potential side-hustle!

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Dead Zones: How drones could help save the Gulf of Mexico

Drones and precision farming in the Midwest could help save marine life and fishing jobs in the Gulf of Mexico.

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I just bought a drone. Now what? (Drone rules and regulations.)

Drone rules and regulations help keep you and the public safe, whether you're flying drones as a hobby or commercially.

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RGB Sensors vs. NIR Sensors - Which Is Better for Measuring Crop Health?

Improve crop yields by selecting the right sensor for your agricultural drone.

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Discover NDVI and its Valuable Uses in Agriculture

What exactly is NDVI and how can it benefit agronomists and farmers?

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9 ways agricultural drones revolutionize your farm or ranch

Like tractors of the sky, drones are changing agriculture, saving farmers time and helping them work more efficiently.

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Botlink collaborates with NASA for UAS Traffic Management Project

NASA plans to keep 2.6 million drones from crashing into each other, and they asked Botlink to help.

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Toys or Tools? 7 helpful ways to use drones in construction

7 key uses for drones in construction to help you improve your bottom line.

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Botlink Everywhere: Right Where You Need Us

Botlink Everywhere means users can capture and upload data from their flights with or without a cellular network connection, using a tablet, smartphone or web application, making Botlink a universal tool anywhere in the world, including urban and rural areas or internationally.

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