Drones: Can they be flown beyond ‘line of sight’?

Drones could soon be performing a range of useful tasks in Australian agriculture, from monitoring water, stock, pasture or crops to spreading beneficial bugs in crops or lighting fires for back burning. However, one key obstacle currently stands in the way of greater uptake of drone technology. While the capabilities of the technology itself and the software platforms required to capture and analyse data from them is still a work in progress, the key barrier to more widespread use right now are the rules that regulate the use of drones. Legislation has not kept up with both technological advancements and recent…

Source: Beef Central
Drones: Can they be flown beyond ‘line of sight’?