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  • Rise Above Selected to Resell Sentera Solutions Throughout Australia

    Rise Above is Australia’s leading provider of custom drone systems to the aerial agriculture, mining, cinematography, and industrial industries. With the signing of the agreement, Australia’s agriculture industry gains access to Sentera’s proven end-to-end normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI) solutions including agriculture drones, ...


    By Sentera, LLC

  • Sentera Enables UAV Flight Planning that Far Exceeds Battery Life

    Sentera announced today their latest update to the AgVault™ 2.0 Mobile iOS app, featuring a battery-swap capability that enables operators to plan a flight of any size and seamlessly accommodates any number of battery swap-outs. The feature monitors UAV battery life, notes the exact ...


    By Sentera, LLC

  • Sentera Launches Revolutionary Fixed-Wing Phoenix 2 Imaging UAV

    Sentera Phoenix 2: The Most Precise Grid Pattern the Market Has Seen Sentera, LLC, a global provider of UAV hardware, sensors, and data management platforms, brings a whole new level of control to users with the Phoenix 2 Fixed-Wing Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV), launched today. The Sentera Phoenix 2 is lightweight and highly ...


    By Sentera, LLC

  • Sentera Launches Revolutionary Fixed - Wing Phoenix 2 Imaging UAV

    Sentera, LLC, a global provider of UAV hardware, sensors and data management platforms, brings a whole new level of control to users with the Phoenix 2 Fixed-Wing Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV), launched today. The Phoenix 2 is light-weight and highly durable, and may be the most precise drone available today. “The Phoenix 2 brings a level of precision and accuracy to UAVs that hasn’t ...


    By Sentera, LLC

  • FAO food price index declines in January, cereal output poised for record

    The FAO Food Price Index continued to decline in January, averaging 182.7 points for the month, or 1.9 percent below its December 2014 level. Lower prices reflect strong production expectations as FAO also raised its 2014 forecast for world cereal production to a record high and noted that early indications for crops in 2015 are favourable. The index has been on a downward path since April 2014. ...

  • FAO food price index drops in December

    FAO's monthly Food Price Index declined in December after three months of stability. Continued large supplies and record stocks combined with a stronger US dollar and falling oil prices contributed to the decline. The December Food Price Index averaged 188.6 points, a drop of 1.7 percent from November, led down by sugar and palm oil.  For the whole of 2014, the Food Price Index averaged 202 ...

  • World food prices stay high, but steady

    The FAO Food Price Index averaged 206.7 points in December, nearly unchanged from the previous month, with a sharp increase in dairy prices and high meat values balancing out a steep decline in sugar quotations and lower cereal and oil prices. For 2013 as a whole, the index averaged 209.9 points - down 1.6 percent from ...

  • Namibia`s satellite centre to warn of disaster threats

    A new satellite data centre in Namibia will help farmers prepare for droughts, floods, bushfires and pests. The Earth Observation and Satellite Applications Research and Training Centre (EOSA-RTC), was launched this month (6 July) in collaboration with the African Monitoring of the Environment for ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • Wildfire risk index: highlights human causes

    A new risk index allows areas to be identified which are most at risk of wildfires as a result of human activity. Understanding which factors affect the risk of humans causing wildfires could help inform strategies for fire prevention. Between 1980 and 2004, there were approximately 380,000 fires in Spain. The majority of these were caused by people, whether unintentionally or not. As well as ...

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