Commercial use of drones (or unmanned aircraft systems) across food, agriculture, and infrastructure is becoming big business. Drones have a myriad of potential uses. They can collect data crucial for precision farming. They can help assess the condition of transmission lines and structures which would be dangerous or costly for humans to reach. They also present novel legal challenges to the privacy and intellectual property rights of all those involved. The Federal Aviation Administration, as well as numerous states, is active in regulating commercial use of drones.

Members of Dorsey & Whitney’s Food & Agribusiness Industry Group shine a spotlight on the present and future of drone use in agribusiness and infrastructure, as well as provide tools needed to navigate the legal and regulatory hurdles presented by drones and the software platforms with which they work.

**NOTE: Watching this recording does not allow the user to obtain CLE, CPD, CPE or HR credits.

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