Google has just released a new version of its own drone, and its first model is designed to help people grow more food.
In a blog post, the company announced a new “Drones for Agriculture” platform, which it says will “provide the most accurate, reliable and scalable data on crop yields, production, and price” from farms across the world.
It says that this will help farmers “better manage their farms” and “better serve customers.”
While the drones will be limited to certain regions of the world, Google says it will provide “a rich set of data on how farms are growing, which crops are most profitable, and which farmers have the most innovative and innovative products.”
It also promises to “give farmers an easy way to track the progress of their farms.”
In an attempt to get its drones in the hands of farmers, Google has been working with a small group of scientists in India to gather data.
Google hopes to get a drone for India by the end of the year, and it is working to make the drones affordable.
But it won’t be cheap, either.
Google says that it plans to ship its first drones to the United States, and that the company will work with the U.S. government to sell the drones in “competitive quantities.”
The company says that its drones will allow farmers to grow more crops in less space, and will also help farmers to save money by reducing “land and labor costs.”
Google says its drones are “less expensive to produce than traditional agriculture equipment, and they also save farmers money on labor.”
The drones will also be able to deliver goods more cheaply than other crops, Google said, and have the potential to increase the amount of land available for agriculture.
The drones could also be used to improve crop yields by collecting and storing data about the environment, Google added.
“These new crop-growing drones provide an opportunity to learn and accelerate crop production,” the company said.
“They can be used in conjunction with existing crop-production systems, which could lead to a new crop revolution.”