A Secure Bolt Locking Method for Agricultural Drones

Feeding China’s huge population is a massive challenge, and its agricultural sector is progressively modernizing to make it more effective. Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) are one new technology that plays a critical role.

China is the world’s largest agricultural producing country. This should come as no surprise given that it is also the most populous country on earth, with some 1.413 billion people, slightly more than the entire African continent. 

Feeding that enormous population is a massive challenge. However, if you can grow it and eat it, China is almost certainly the world-leading producer. This goes for rice and most other grains, vegetables, and fruits. 

The Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO) writes that, “China has succeeded in producing one-fourth of the world’s grain and feeding one-fifth of the world’s population with less than 10 percent of world arable land, which is a great achievement in pursuit of food and nutrition security not only in China but also in the world.”