The Midwest states make up the largest percentage of area of land used for agricultural purposes in the country. The MidWest offers large area's of land for extremely reasonable prices. This land is usually land that has been over farmed and is neighboring farming communities. Start ups and expansions of companies like John Deere, Rockwell Collins, Honeywell, and other large companies in the MidWest will be the primary purchasers of these large plots of land. They will most likely purchase this land to build large facilities for engineers and use the extra land to build mock farms or habitats that will allow them to test the equipment and technologies being produced.
With the University of North Dakota's "Unmanned Aerial Systems Operations" four year Bachelors Degree leading the country in qualified graduates and with top notch professors like Ben Trapnell, states in the MidWest are receiving more and more qualified UAS Operations workers as each semester passes. The first semester of students to graduate from UND with a Bachelors Degree in UASO were just a small number of students but these students all went on to prominent jobs within the industry and some starting their own companies. With each passing semester the number keeps getting higher and higher and soon at some point UND might be graduating 100+ qualified UAS specialists each Semester. The MidWest drone market relies heavily on UND graduates working with MidWest Companies projects and also rely on the people who graduate from UND's UASO (Unmanned Aerial Systems Operations) program that start their own drone companies throughout the Midwest.
Do you agree that the MidWest is the key to the Agricultural Drone Market?!
Joshua Johnson - Diy Drones News -