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Exploring Hydrogen-powered drones

Hydrogen-powered drones can stay airborne far longer than LiPo (lithium-ion polymer) drones without needing multiple batteries and launch points. Hydrogen is combined in the fuel cell with oxygen from the air to produce electricity; as long as hydrogen fuel is provided to the cell, the battery generates power. One possible solution is to use a new type of fuel in planes that doesn’t produce harmful…
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Fully funded Drone Training Continues in 2022

NSW Farmers and Bralca, are continuing to deliver accredited Drones in Agriculture training through Tocal College in 2022. February sessions now all complete. Dates for the remaining March - May AgSkilled funded drone courses for the grains, cotton, production horticulture and viticulture industries are below. Full list of AgSkilled funded courses and online funding application…
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Using a drone to create an accurate farm map

DRONING ON: An example of a base map, plant health map and an elevation map. The green on the plant health map indicates areas of good growth. Using a drone to create an accurate farm map | The Land | NSW Drones and supporting software have developed rapidly in recent years and it is now…
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NEXT ROUND OF FUNDED DRONE TRAINING COMMENCING OCTOBER 2021

https://youtu.be/ki-IO9mznRs PARTNERSHIP WITH TOCAL, AGSKILLED AND NSW FARMERS BRALCA has teamed up with TOCAL Ag College, Agskilled 2.0 and NSW Farmers to bring you AgSkilled: Drones in Agriculture. FULL DETAILS CAN BE FOUND ON THE TOCAL WEBSITE Designed by farmers for farmers, this upgraded course is delivered by experienced drone operator Ben Watts. This training…
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