Inside Unmanned Systems: Drones on the Farm

Drones on the Farm

Growers are starting to think differently about how they manage their farms and the way they produce the food that ends up on our tables—because they have to.   Labor […]

Iowa Soybean Association: Tech Talk

ISA: Tech Talk

Farmers want solutions to on-farm challenges. But not next season or next year: now. That’s why Meister Media Worldwide, CropLife Media and PrecisionAg teamed up to provide an opportunity for […]

GoodFruit Grower: Airblast from Above

Rantizo Contractors Spraying in Michigan

Drones can now be used to spray crops in Michigan. The state government approved the practice last summer. Spraying pesticides via drone has potential in a lot of crops, including […]

sUAS News

Rantizo joins sUAS News Podcast to talk about their drone technology.

Rantizo Director of Strategy, Dudley Stephens, catches up with the sUAS podcast to share the latest on Rantizo’s drone technologies and where its headed. Listen to Episode

Precision Farming Dealer: Rantizo 3 Drone Swarm Water Trial

Rantizo demonstrates 3 drone swarm at Farm Progress Show

To most people — even many farmers — the idea of tending crops hardly brings to mind a drone rising into the air, carrying a tank full of pesticides and navigating by pre-programmed map. Yet, when Michael Ott markets to agricultural retailers, that’s exactly his sales pitch: an unmanned aircraft that will spray whatever you need, wherever you need it.