Australian company will test ‘BeeDar’ technology in North Dakota

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Australian company will test ‘BeeDar’ technology in North Dakota

Courtesy of the Grand Forks Herald
The unmanned aircraft systems community is buzzing after an Australian company announced it will test “BeeDar” technology in North Dakota. Bee Innovative will partner with UND to test technology that can track bees in flight and bee recognition software to identify different kinds of bees. The company had heard of UND because of the international reputation the school has, said director of the UAS program, Paul Snyder. Read more.

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