And They’re Off: Deveron UAS Commences Work for Canadian Farming Season

June 5, 2019 • Reading Time: 1 minutes

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Toronto-based Deveron UAS Corp., an enterprise drone data services company focused on agriculture, has commenced flying for this year’s farming season in Canada.

Deveron says it is focused on revenue-generating and research-driven drone data collection for the growing season in western and eastern Canada as it continues to build an on-demand, enterprise data collection network using drones.

The company also recently ordered additional drones and multispectral sensors and hired more licensed pilots to service key agricultural communities in Canada.

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