A RedEdge camera from MicaSense is shown installed under a drone. MicaSense, which is relocating to Seattle from California, aims to equip flying drones to sense the condition of crops below and help improve agricultural yields.
A start-up that aims to equip flying drones so they can be used to improve agricultural yields is relocating from California, opening an office in Fremont and hiring a handful of software engineers.
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