Until the mid-2010s, drones, remotely controlled unmanned aircraft, were virtually unknown, but since then, they have been gaining increasing prominence in various fields, with a special emphasis on their significant use in agricultural activities. The growth of this market in Brazil has even surprised manufacturers of these equipment.
According to estimates from the American company MicaSense, a global leader in cameras and sensors for agribusiness, Brazil is on track to become the third-largest global market for drones in agriculture within two years. Currently, Brazil ranks tenth in this global market, with the United States, Europe, Canada, and Argentina leading the list.
This growth projection is based on studies conducted by analysts from the company, as well as the potential of Brazilian agricultural production.
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