Precision Agriculture

Precision agriculture (PA) or satellite farming or site specific crop management (SSCM) is a farming management concept based on observing, measuring and responding to inter and intra-field variability in crops.

"A big attention-getter to potential college students and so many others is all the talk about the use of unmanned aerial vehicles for data collection and the interpretation of data collected. Clark State wants to be an important hub of UAV/drone research and development. A college representative will travel to Florida this month [May 2014] with several other Springfield and Dayton, Ohio, community and business leaders to attend the International Conference on Unmanned Aircraft Systems." Read the full article from here.

Clark State University first enrolled students in Precision Agriculture in August of 2014. To learn more about their degree program, visit their Precision Agriculture program page.