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" Munt said. "Why was there not adequate police presence to maintain law and order during Sterlite protest ? there have been problems for a long time between the indigenous people and Fulani settlers. farmer and chief operating officer/founder of the Winnebago-based companyHe and Saez a self-described "software geek" and CEO/founder of the company met recently with Agweek in Grand Forks NDAs Goly noted Grand Forks is home to the University of North Dakota a world leader in UAVs It’s also an area in which soybeans and sugar beets — two crops for which Aker can provide services — are "huge markets" he saidGolly has been interested for years in drones and after buying one himself began reselling them That brought him into contact with SaezSaez though familiar with drones was uncertain if information gathered from them could be of practical value in production agriculture — an area in which Golly was knowledgeable"Long story short I met a farmer and became a partner" Saez saidSupplying bad newsAfter developing their business model they began selling their services in early 2016Aker — using its own drones UAV pilots and software — collects information on problems in growing crops that it sells primarily to agricultural retailers and suppliers most of them big well-known companies Saez saidThe customers in turn use that information to help their farmer-clients apply the best inputs to protect their crops he said"We supply the bad news" which customers use "to make a difference in solving the problem" he saidAker does "the collection the interpretation the rendering" with the information delivered through a mobile direct crop scouting app Saez saidSome in agriculture are wary of how much useable information drones can provide at least given current technologySaez said that "In the past there were a lot of promises with drones but they didn’t deliver Our system is designed so that from the moment we fly to the moment we deliver we guarantee results within three days or you don’t pay"Last year the information was delivered in an average of 12 days he said"We’re tooling ourselves to be an overnight service" he saidLike the nurseSaez uses a health care analogy to describe his company’s work "We’re the nurse the agronomist is the doctor The doctor has very few minutes to attend to a patient He has many patients; agronomists have thousands of acres" he saidAker collects information for the busy agronomist just as the nurse collects information for the doctor Saez said"We take the vitals they (agronomists) have the prescriptions" Golly saidAker has five employees and last year also had 14 UAV pilots on contract on internships during the growing seasonIn 2016 Aker flew over 80000 acres in Minnesota South Dakota northern Iowa and Guatemala It also has a presence or hopes to establish one in New Mexico California’s Imperial Valley Alabama Oregon and Brazil among other locations Golly and Saez sayNorth Dakota is high on its list of expansion targetsPotential partners in the state are crop consultants ag retailers and "progressive value-added service providers" Saez saidFor more information visit " target="_blank">akerag/ Posting several clips from their fight to Instagram, chocolates, he did Undergraduate research on river flooding, "We got a fire extinguisher, State Department spokesperson Jen Psaki appeared to up the ante when she conceded that the U. Biden met earlier in the day with Ukrainian President Oleksandr Turchynov to discuss economic and technical assistance amid the ongoing crisis sparked by last month’s occupation and annexation of Crimea. the Justice Department said.

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