As an AgEagle dealer and servicer of this aircraft, we’ve been getting questions that we frankly couldnt’ answers so it’s good to see AgEagle being proactive (as they always have).
For those who can’t be bothered with reading the long copy – AgEagle looks to have a solution ready by this fall/winter. Our guess is that it won’t be free, but in the past AgEagle has always been very generous to it’s customers to ease the transition hurt.
According to Mike Winn, CEO of DroneDeploy, their service won’t cost RAPID users a thing during the sunset process; so continue to fly those acres until then!
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