Utilizing UAVs in Animal Systems

Thursday, April 21, 2022  •  Episode 67

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FarmBits hosts Taylor Cross and Jose Cesario welcome Dr. Micael Sama, Associate Professor at the University of Kentucky, to this episode of the FarmBits podcast.  Dr. Sama is working to advance unmanned aircraft systems' functionality and envisions next generation applications for autonomous machines and robotics in animal production and agriculture. His experience is primarily in Biosystems Engineering focusing on Unmanned Aircraft Vehicles and Remote Sensing. Dr. Sama offers tremendous perspectives on UAVs technology, gaps that must be addressed, and how technologies push animal systems management forward. Tune in to this exciting episode to learn more about how UAV can improve animal production. If you like what you hear from FarmBits, go to your favorite podcast platform and leave us a 5-star rating to help others find the podcast, too! 

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host Jose Cesario
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host Taylor Cross
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guest Dr. Michael Sama
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Show Notes

Michael's Contact Information: 

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/michael-sama-5208aaa0/ 

Twitter: https://twitter.com/mpsama 


FarmBits Contact Information: 

E-Mail: farmbits@unl.edu 

Taylor's Twitter: https://twitter.com/tayloranne7170