Drones in Namibian Agriculture


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Drones in Namibian Agriculture

Integrating drones into Namibian agriculture represents a groundbreaking shift in farming practices, offering precision monitoring and data collection to enhance crop management. While the potential benefits are clear, it's essential to navigate local challenges and ensure responsible drone use. How can Namibian farmers leverage drones for optimal crop yield and resource efficiency? Are there global examples of successful drone adoption in similar agricultural landscapes that Namibia can draw inspiration from? In developing drone solutions for Namibian agriculture, what innovative models can be designed to cater to the specific needs of local farmers? How do we address and mitigate potential environmental and privacy concerns associated with drone use in Namibia? Establishing ethical guidelines is crucial to ensure responsible drone deployment and data usage. By strategically addressing these questions, we can usher in a new era of sustainable, technology-driven agriculture in Namibia that benefits both farmers and the environment.
Contact person
Jere Wessman
Jere Wessman

Creative Director

+358 40 631 4029


Ongoing project

Basic information

Apply by

14 Mar 2024




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Project starts

19 Mar 2024

Project ends

23 May 2024

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