Commercial use of drones in farms and other agriculture

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    And if I want the complete opposite of that, how can I phrase that in a way that you will understand? I feel like this topic has been approached delicately, but it might need a few more expletives. 

    You are not needed to find higher quality options. We know where they are, and that's not the market we're shopping at. 

  • I state only facts.MAPIR's products are toys. If you want to see truly today's technology, not last century's, contact me. I will open your eyes & mind.


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  • Thank you Mario.
    We're looking forward for your post on MAPIR!

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    Your demeanor is very hard to tolerate, Vega.
  • it will be interesting comparing such rudimentary imaging systems from MAPIR with a much more accurate and advanced imaging system. Please post results when available.
  • To It will he interesting compare the results with far more advanced
  • Thanks Mario, please do!

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    Working on a blog post comparing the MAPIR to my barely functioning s100. I probably won't get a chance to do some aerial examples until tomorrow, but I should have raw (not .raw) images up in a blog within the next few hours. 

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    I still have a replacement s100 on the way because I have a time-sensitive project and don't want to be learning something new in the process, but I do have a MAPIR camera on the way as well. 

    I know that the s100 is more than adequate for what I have been working on and the results verified with ground truthing, but I am not a fan of the fragility. I'm pretty excited to see the results from the MAPIR compared side-by-side with what I have been getting already. I'll use any excuse I can to dump the s100, and it sounds like Peau productions is making some rapid progress in the upcoming models.  

    I think most of us would love to get our hands on some of the true multi spectral sensors, but there's something to be said for a product that can offer some results, at least. I'll write up a blog when I have a chance to test both cameras side by side.  

  • Have sold quite a free sensors, cameras, optics to universities over the years. Although not a prime market like military & medical, there are some interesting projects.
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