The drone comes with autopilot technology, easy to use with both manual and satellite guidance. It behaves much more like a bird in its habitat, threatening seagulls, cormorants, herons, and sparrows by relying on fear as a sustainable method of pest control, both in agricultural crops and in fish farms.
The strength of drone is that it doesn’t have negative environmental impacts, and its sound and appearance doesn’t affect birds and other wildlife. It delivers 90% pest control efficiency, does not rely on lethal methods, and protects biodiversity by avoiding the use of nets and mesh fabrics where birds can get tangled, be suffocated or die from lack of food.
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