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Frasca’s TruCue™ is the simulation industry’s fi rst six-axis vibration system integrated with a full-size motion system. This allows for very accurate vibration of the cockpit along all axes and isolates the vibration from the instructor’s station, reducing instructor fatigue.


The simulator is equipped with Frasca’s TruVision™ visual system with a 200° x 80° fi eld of view and independent stimulation of NVG through infrared projectors. This wide fi eld of view allows for visual training maneuvers including off -airport mission training scenarios.


information that helps produce a healthier crop yield,” said Stampede COO & President Kevin Kelly. “Drone Video Systems amplify that experience.”


Not only do agricultural drones save farmers a signifi cant amount of time monitoring acres by foot, but they also provide enhanced data that is otherwise undetectable by eye. Through precision agriculture, farmers can detect diff erences in yield while harvesting, measure the chemical structure of soil, forecast future seasonal w eather, and more.


“Agricultural Drone Video Systems are specifi cally customizable to the farmer’s needs, with a 360-degree camera and the ability to capture a wide range of data,” Kelly added. “Farmers can share this data simultaneously with anyone in the world, which is, up until now, unprecedented. The implications for this kind of data- sharing are enormous.”


Stampede Agricultural Drone Video Systems Will Help Farmers Soar to Success


Agricultural drones are revolutionizing modern farming practices by providing crucial data that was previously unattainable or had taken hours to collect by foot. Stampede, North America’s largest distributor of drone-based systems, is taking the agricultural drone revolution even farther with the next wave of drone technology: Drone Video Systems (DVS).


“Thanks to the Federal Aviation Administration’s Section 333 exemption that allows commercial businesses to fl y drones on a case-by-case basis, UAVs already play a signifi cant role in collecting


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