Drones in agriculture in Africa and other ACP countries: A survey on perceptions and applications

In October 2017, the Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation ACP-EU (CTA) in partnership with the NEPAD Agency, conducted a survey to understand the perceptions surrounding the use of drones for agriculture. Approximately 13,000 individuals (mainly English and French-speaking readers of CTA e-publications or members of CTA-managed ommunities of practice) received an invitation to participate in the survey. The aim was to understand the general perceptions on the use of drones amongst stakeholders in agriculture and development cooperation with an emphasis on African regions. 16%, or a total of 1432 individuals (of whom 91% have worked or are currently working in Africa), completed the survey and had at least a working knowledge of drones in agriculture.

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    Executive summary
    Résumé en français
    1 Introduction
    2 Methodology
    3 Key findings
    4 Conclusions and recommendations
    Annex 1: Questions and graphical responses summaries
    Annex 2: Graphical responses summaries for Africa only
    List of figures

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