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Using drones in wine making

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28 December 2015



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Waypoint_drones_winemaking_Agriculture_aerial_surveying_William_Metz_SenseflyIn 2014, viticulturist William Metz was granted a fellowship by the Villa d’Este Wine Symposium to spend a full year evaluating the potential applications of drones in wine making — a project that saw him fly his senseFly-donated eBee drone at 15 vineyards across France, Switzerland and Germany. In this video William discusses his unique research project and the value he believes drones can bring to the wine making process.



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Waypoint is a blog all about the professional use of flying robots, by senseFly.
Waypoint is a blog all about the professional use of flying robots, by senseFly.





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