AgEagle

  • Unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) airframe uses flying wing design, sparing use of carbon fiber and Kevlar for added support on wing edges
  • Device can survey up to 640 acres in its 45-minute maximum flight time, with included lithium-ion battery
  • AgEagle has already pre-sold 12 systems ...

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