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Ecological Consequences of the Digitization of Agriculture

2019 International journal of recent technology and engineering  
The levels of digitization of agricultural production have been determined. The basic digital technologies used in agriculture in the context of separate production processes are considered.  ...  It is established that the digitization of the agricultural sector of the economy contributes not only to improving the economic efficiency of functioning and competitiveness of the industry, but also  ...  Profits from the use of drones in the agricultural sector by specialists are estimated at $ 75 billion by 2025 by creating new jobs and streamlining existing processes.  ... 
doi:10.35940/ijrte.c1029.1183c19 fatcat:3zoqr32wsjg7hlp5vg3nkkvx3u

Current Challenges and Prospective Benefits of Using UAVs

Carmelia Mariana DRAGOMIR BĂLĂNICĂ, Adrian LEOPA
2021 The Annals of "Dunarea de Jos" University of Galati. Fascicle IX, Metallurgy and Materials Science  
Nowadays we become observers of similar in scale revolutionary transformations: technologies for the use of unmanned aerial vehicles substantially modified business models and new operating conditions  ...  In the very near future, clients' enterprises from multiple sectors of the economy will recognize the first effect of the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) in diverse fields - from commercial sectors  ...  Acknowledgements This work was supported by a grant of the Ministry of Research, Innovation and Digitization, CNCS/CCCDI -UEFISCDI, project number 459 PED/2020, AWISEM, within PNCDI III.  ... 
doi:10.35219/mms.2021.4.05 fatcat:tldjdgtlprgshhdmyg4e7hweim

Role of Drones in Modern Agricultural Applications

Abdulgaffar Doddamani, Sabia Kouser, V. Ramya
2020 Current Journal of Applied Science and Technology  
The new regulatory system is also deliberated, and its implications for use in agricultural.  ...  This paper provides the brief overview of the current drone technologies for agricultural applications, including crop health monitoring and farm operations.  ...  The major advantages of drones will make UAV's widespread in the agricultural community in the next few years.  ... 
doi:10.9734/cjast/2020/v39i4831224 fatcat:4rucmreg3fguxc6qip2gdvxj54

Effects of COVID19 on the Sustainable Development of Agriculture

Vatsal Soni
2022 International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology  
may even be a recent agricultural technique that has been wide practiced in developed countries to satisfy the challenges of fast demand for food. the most applications of drone in agriculture are irrigation  ...  At the aim once we tend to mention the Indian economy, most of the world is confined to this area.  ...  weather, that drive risk and field maintenance prices [9] .  ... 
doi:10.22214/ijraset.2022.43120 fatcat:36zvbikgmvblpei5rrlomxa2bm

U-Space Concept of Operations: A Key Enabler for Opening Airspace to Emerging Low-Altitude Operations

Cristina Barrado, Mario Boyero, Luigi Brucculeri, Giancarlo Ferrara, Andrew Hately, Peter Hullah, David Martin-Marrero, Enric Pastor, Anthony Peter Rushton, Andreas Volkert
2020 Aerospace (Basel)  
In this paper, we present the U-space concept of operations (ConOps), produced around three new types of airspace volume, called X, Y, and Z, and the relevant U-space services that will need to be supplied  ...  To enable this growth safely and efficiently, the CORUS project has developed a concept of operations for drones flying in Europe in very low-level airspace, which they have to share that space with manned  ...  The list of people involved in their preparation is not only from CORUS, but also from the sibling projects and from the U-space Community Network.  ... 
doi:10.3390/aerospace7030024 fatcat:redlgjfwknhmjmkxg42wtsr6fe

A Data-Driven Simulator for the Strategic Positioning of Aerial Ambulance Drones Reaching Out-Of-Hospital Cardiac Arrests: A Genetic Algorithmic Approach

Conor Mackle, Raymond Bond, Hannah Torney, Ronan Mcbride, James Mclaughlin, Dewar Finlay, Pardis Biglarbeigi, Rob Brisk, Adam Harvey, David Mc Eneaney
2020 IEEE Journal of Translational Engineering in Health and Medicine  
For comparison, a Genetic Algorithm has been developed to determine the strategic number and positions of drone bases to optimize OHCA emergency response times.  ...  The aim of this study is to link real world heterogenous datasets to build a system to determine the difference in emergency response times when having aerial ambulance drones available compared to response  ...  These vulnerabilities can result in a drone losing control and crashing, risking public safety and damage to the drone.  ... 
doi:10.1109/jtehm.2020.2987008 pmid:32399316 pmcid:PMC7210790 fatcat:cm6adz7zyvgwhh6owupniff5zm

Implementing Mitigations for Improving Societal Acceptance of Urban Air Mobility

Ender Çetin, Alicia Cano, Robin Deransy, Sergi Tres, Cristina Barrado
2022 Drones  
The continuous development of technical innovations provides the opportunity to create new economic markets and a wealth of new services.  ...  Starting to operate in areas with low population density, drones are now looking for business in urban and suburban areas, in what is called urban air mobility (UAM).  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors want to thank to the participants of CORUS-XUAM workshop for their feedback. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/drones6020028 fatcat:2vmvgnlgirbf5jwolvyio576xu

Opportunities to use satellite technologies for asset condition monitoring of power networks under the European Space Agency's Integrated Applications Promotion programme

Ian Downey, Maria Segovia, Chris D. Harrison
2017 CIRED - Open Access Proceedings Journal  
Network operators in the UK have stated their intention to target network reliability through improved procedures for asset management.  ...  They can potentially support the inspection process of many of the assets present within distribution and transmission networks.  ...  Energy security is critical for the growth and prosperity of European economies.  ... 
doi:10.1049/oap-cired.2017.0835 fatcat:pf7zma5j5jcpflarcivpjila3i

Disaster and Climate Change Issues in Japan's Society 5.0 – A Discussion

Aleksandrina V. Mavrodieva, Rajib Shaw
2020 Sustainability  
The current paper aims to discuss disaster risk and climate change policies in Society 5.0 in particular, with some special focus on adaptation and inclusiveness.  ...  Faced with a number of socio-economic challenges and a continuously rising risk of more frequent and higher-impact disasters, the Japanese government, in cooperation with the private sector, has formulated  ...  risk reduction, and for the support received from the Disaster Resilience and Sustainable Development Program of the Graduate School of Media and Governance, Keio University, Japan, in conducting this  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12051893 fatcat:dpofgtrqjncsfdyq54xstkpls4

Drones to manage the urban environment: Risks, rewards, alternatives

David Gallacher
2016 Journal of Unmanned Vehicle Systems  
This growth is being driven by adoption in agriculture, law enforcement, media (news and entertainment), and the energy sector.  ...  Risks The benefits of a drone-based service must outweigh the risks, and also be competitive with groundbased methods.  ... 
doi:10.1139/juvs-2015-0040 fatcat:3dfupca2unaozm52o64yyezt7m

Monitoring of Selected CBRN Threats in the Air in Industrial Areas with the Use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

Anna Rabajczyk, Jacek Zboina, Maria Zielecka, Radosław Fellner
2020 Atmosphere  
The possibilities of using the devices were analyzed in terms of weather conditions, construction, and used materials in CBRN (chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear) threat situations.  ...  Based on the available literature and patent databases, an analysis of the available UAVs models was carried out in terms of their applicability in air contaminated conditions in industrial areas, in the  ...  Additionally, in Poland, the development of the drone market may be beneficial for the economy and may amount to PLN 310-910 mld, according to the Polish Economic Institute [9, 10] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/atmos11121373 fatcat:mjrzlns66rbi3dy3ehtrwhfiaa

Sensors and Communication Simulation for Unmanned Traffic Management

David Carramiñana, Iván Campaña, Luca Bergesio, Ana M. Bernardos, Juan A. Besada
2021 Sensors  
This platform enables the simulation of the drone trajectory and control, the C2 (command and control) link, drone detection by surveillance sensors, and the communication of all agents by means of a mobile  ...  In order to validate our architecture, we implemented a simulator that considers the following actors: drones, pilots, ground control stations, surveillance networks, and communications networks.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest. Sensors 2021, 21, 927  ... 
doi:10.3390/s21030927 pmid:33573192 fatcat:dhrfx2begre2ngvmjehwso3bs4

Integrated application of drones for soil management and precision agriculture in Nigeria

Agbakoba Augustine Azubuike, Ema Idongesit Asuquo, Agbakoba Victor Chike
2020 Nigerian Journal of Soil Science  
The recent push for precision agriculture has resulted in the deployment of highly sophisticated Information and Communication Technology (ICT) gadgets in various agricultural practices and methods.  ...  Furthermore, key discussions surrounding the application of drones for precision agriculture and the possible drawbacks facing the deployment of such technology in Nigeria has been covered in this work  ...  has resulted in the deployment of highly sophisticated Information and Communication Technology (ICT) gadgets in various agricultural practices and methods.  ... 
doi:10.36265/colsssn.2020.4404 fatcat:ziek2ientndq5kq75ghbsgovwe

Factors Delaying the Adoption of Civil Drones: A Primitive Framework

Johnny Chamata
2017 The International Technology Management Review  
Social and economic concerns, in turn, are proposed as constituents of perceived risk.  ...  It proposes that the perception of risk associated with the use of drones influence the public acceptance of the technology.  ...  The author would like to thank the anonymous reviewers for their constructive feedback which contributed to the development of this paper in its optimum form.  ... 
doi:10.2991/itmr.2017.6.4.1 fatcat:qge6iw7jlbefdkutworp4mzec4

The Commercial Use of Drones in U.S. National Parks

Johnny Elie Chamata, Lisa Marie King
2017 The International Technology Management Review  
Motivated by current reports showing potential socioeconomic benefits, this research investigated the use of civil drones in national parks and discussed the implications of this use, taking the United  ...  The research also shows that the ideas are relatively safe, and should not raise any concerns about using drones in national parks, especially when our recommendations are followed.  ...  Acknowledgment We would like to thank the anonymous reviewers for their constructive feedback which helped deliver this paper in its best form.  ... 
doi:10.2991/itmr.2017.6.4.4 fatcat:cdch4i2d5fa7niokyornhd2lrm
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