Are Drones the Solution to Food Insecurity?

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More people than ever before are unsure where their next meal will come from. According to, food insecurity around the world is at its highest levels in decades. In Jefferson County, Mississippi one of every three residents is food insecure. US food insecurity has become so widespread 41 states now have a food-insecure population of 10% or more of their total population. This insecurity is due not only to the COVID pandemic, but can also be attributed to natural hazards like pests and climate change. A growing world population is another factor. Shortages may continue. In fact, a 2009…...

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Marla Keene Technology writer Marla Keene works for AX Control, Inc, an industrial automation parts supplier located in North Carolina. She writes about AR/VR, drones, green tech, artificial intelligence,and how technology is changing our world. Her articles have been featured in Wind Power Engineering, Food Industry Executive, and on other industry sites. Before working for AX Control, Marla spent twelve years running her own small business.