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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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UAS Summit Expo Recap Part 2: Botlink CEO, Others Talk Teaming with NASA

UAS Summit Expo 2016 Part 2

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UAS Summit Expo Recap Part 1: 10 Years of Drones

UAS Summit Expo 2016

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AgEagle Chooses Botlink as Drone Control, Safety, and Data Partner

AgEagle aircraft will now include the Botlink drone operations platform.

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Botlink Creates First Cellular-Connected 3DR Solo

Botlink has created the first cellular-connected 3DR solo drone using an XRD.

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Botlink Teams Up with Procore

Botlink customers now have the ability to incorporate UAV imagery into their Procore Albums.

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Vine Rangers Gets FAA Exemption For Precision Ag

Vine Rangers, a California based vineyard monitoring company and friend of Botlink, landed a much coveted FAA Section 333 exemption for flying their drones for commercial purposes and charging customers for the work they're doing.

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